14 Possible Causes for Licorice Ingestion in USA

  • Glycyrrhiza Glabra
    Licorice Ingestion
  • Conn Syndrome
    Licorice Ingestion
  • Headache
    Licorice Ingestion
  • Licorice Ingestion
  • Metabolic Alkalosis

    Renovascular disease 4) Renin secreting tumor 5) 17 alfa hydro.deficiency 6) 11 beta hydro.deficiency 7) Cushing syndrome 8) 11 beta hydroxysteriod dehydrogenase deficiency 9) Licoriceingestion 10) Liddle syndrome Gitelman syndrome Bartter syndrome Excess base intake METABOLIC ALKALOSIS 34. … diagnosis includes: Chloride Responsive Alkaloses: - Vomiting - Nasogastric suction - Diuretics Chloride Unresponsive Alkaloses: - Hyperaldosteronism - Cushing’s syndrome - Licorice[1] [2]

  • Respiratory Acidosis

    diagnosis includes: Chloride Responsive Alkaloses: - Vomiting - Nasogastric suction - Diuretics Chloride Unresponsive Alkaloses: - Hyperaldosteronism - Cushing’s syndrome - Licoriceingestion Bart ter’s syndrome Excess alkali intake (e.g., milk alkali syndrome) If the cause of the metabolic alkalosis is not clear based on the patient history, you can[3]

  • Periodic Paralysis

    sus") 8 p -aminosalicylic acid (Anti-tuberculous) Carbenoxylone sodium (Anti-ulcer) boisson de coco : French alcoholic beverage Chewing tobacco Disease mechanism Chronic licoriceingestion Inhibits 11-β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase Inhibits renal conversion of cortisone to inactive cortisol Cortisol activates renal mineralocorticoid receptors Potassium[4]

  • Rhabdomyolysis

    JAMA 1977, 237: 1448-1452. 10.1001/jama.237.14.1448 PubMed Google Scholar Heidemann H, Kruezfelder E: Hypokalemic rhabdomyolysis with myoglobinuria due to licorice ingestion[5]

  • Acid Ingestion
  • Ingestion of Bismuth

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References

  1. Metabolic alkalosis, http://www.slideshare.net/shreyajha3910/metabol…
  2. Arterial Blood Gas primer- Clinical Respiratory Diseases & Critical Care Medicine, Seattle - Med 610, https://courses.washington.edu/med610/abg/abg_p…
  3. Arterial Blood Gas primer- Clinical Respiratory Diseases & Critical Care Medicine, Seattle - Med 610, https://courses.washington.edu/med610/abg/abg_p…
  4. Episodic Muscle, http://neuromuscular.wustl.edu/mtime/mepisodic.html
  5. Bench-to-bedside review: Rhabdomyolysis – an overview for clinicians | Critical Care, http://ccforum.com/content/9/2/158/abstract