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  1. Xerxles

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    An egyptian family went to picnic along the River nile, while there stay there 7 year old child, Abdulgaleel, played away from his parents and may have ate some oddly growing berries that naturally grew from trees along the nile. Awhile later, Abdulgaleel parents noticed that he suddenly became hyperactive and excitable, and later had total disorientation. They took him to the nearby clinic were his temperature was found to be 39 C....... WHAT DO YOU THINK HE ATE FROM THOSE TREES AND WHAT DID THAT DO TO HIM,,,,,,,?????

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    Yes, they are the deadly nightshade berries and they contain, atropine compounds that bind to the muscarinic receptors..... and cause all of the symptoms...(so its atropine poisoning.. (these berries are known to grow from trees along the river nile in egypt and sudan, but can be found in other countries too) ....

    OK a how would u treat it ??
     

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