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“…Another case study further implicated aluminum as the cause of the dialysis encephalopathy syndrome by demonstrating that the symptoms completely disappeared after oral aluminum intake was stopped (Russo et al, 1991). In a more recent study, a patient with advanced obstructive nephropathy displayed symptoms of encephalopathy after continuous bladder irrigation with 1% alum for two days, and these symptoms were associated with elevated serum aluminum levels (Phelps et al, 1999).…”
Section: Neurologic Deficitsmentioning
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“…Another case study further implicated aluminum as the cause of the dialysis encephalopathy syndrome by demonstrating that the symptoms completely disappeared after oral aluminum intake was stopped (Russo et al, 1991). In a more recent study, a patient with advanced obstructive nephropathy displayed symptoms of encephalopathy after continuous bladder irrigation with 1% alum for two days, and these symptoms were associated with elevated serum aluminum levels (Phelps et al, 1999).…”
Section: Neurologic Deficitsmentioning
“…The procedure can be performed under local anaesthesia. The response rate ranges from 50% to 100% ( 52 , 77 , 78 , 94 - 100 ). Adverse events include suprapubic pain and bladder spasms that respond to treatment with analgesics and/or antispasmodics ( 77 , 96 ).…”
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“…The common side effects are bladder spasms, supra-pubic discomfort and clotting of the catheter due to precipitant formation. Individual case studies have been have reported a risk of aluminum toxicity in individuals in renal failure (Phelps, Naylor, Brien, Wilbur, & Haqqie, 1999).…”
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