Atropa belladonna and associated anticholinergic toxic syndrome: a case report
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Atropa belladonna causes poisoning by its anticholinergic effects. Excessive ingestion of this plant may cause peripheral anticholinergic effects, and moreover, a more severe clinical picture can be seen due to its central effects which can result in lethargy, coma or even death. In this article, we aimed to present a case with Atropa belladonna intoxication and to emphasize that Atropa belladonna poisoning should be kept in mind in cases with anticholinergic findings.