|Title:||Acute renal failure and dermal necrosis due to bee stings: Report of a case in a child|
|Publisher:||Central African Journal of Medicine|
|Citation:||Tumwine, J. K., & Nkrumah, F. K. (1990). Acute renal failure and dermal necrosis due to bee stings: Report of a case in a child. Central African Journal of Medicine, 36(8), 202-204.|
|Abstract:||Although several cases of reactions to bee venom including acute renal failure have been reported, the literature from Africa is scanty and that concerning children virtually non-existent. We report a child who was stung by over 1,000 bees and developed acute renal failure and extensive scalp necrosis. The pathogenesis of these complications is discussed and the importance of their public awareness stressed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research|
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