• Reversible acute polyuric renal failure was observed in a patient after the ingestion of an unusually large toxic (125 g) dose of aspirin. Renal dysfunction occurred in the absence of volume depletion or underlying renal impairment. These observations emphasize the need for careful monitoring of renal function in all patients with aspirin intoxication.
(Arch Intern Med 1983;143:1237-1238)
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