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A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings

Haydar El Hadi Babikir, Nada Gamareldoula Ibrahim, Zainab Ahmed Altayeb, Arafa Hassan Ahmed.

Abstract
The venomous sting of honey-bees causes a variety of medical problems. The severity and duration of a honey-bee sting reaction can vary between patients and at different occasions in the same person. Clinical manifestations range from local and systemic allergic reactions to serious manifestations. The systemic manifestations include among others; encephalitis, polyneuritis, bleeding manifestations rhabdomyolysis and renal failure. Despite the high incidence of insect stings, very few reports of stroke have been described in the literature, however, serious complications should always be suspected. Here we are discussing a single case of a previously healthy 13 year-old boy, presented to Wad Medani Children Teaching Hospital-Sudan, with altered mental state and anaphylaxis following an immense attack and numerous stings of honey-bee and intracerebral infarcts and coma, renal failure, petechiae and shock. Scarcity of this problem necessitates it reporting.

Key words: Keywords: Anaphylaxis; honey bee bite; stroke; coagulopathy; hymenoptera; traumatic subdural hemorrhage


 
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Babikir HEH, Ibrahim NG, Altayeb ZA, Ahmed AH. A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628


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Babikir HEH, Ibrahim NG, Altayeb ZA, Ahmed AH. A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



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Babikir HEH, Ibrahim NG, Altayeb ZA, Ahmed AH. A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



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Babikir, H. E. H., Ibrahim, . N. G., Altayeb, . Z. A. & Ahmed, . A. H. (2021) A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



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Babikir, Haydar El Hadi, Nada Gamareldoula Ibrahim, Zainab Ahmed Altayeb, and Arafa Hassan Ahmed. 2021. A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



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Babikir, Haydar El Hadi, Nada Gamareldoula Ibrahim, Zainab Ahmed Altayeb, and Arafa Hassan Ahmed. "A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings." doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



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Babikir, Haydar El Hadi, Nada Gamareldoula Ibrahim, Zainab Ahmed Altayeb, and Arafa Hassan Ahmed. "A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings." doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Babikir, H. E. H., Ibrahim, . N. G., Altayeb, . Z. A. & Ahmed, . A. H. (2021) A rare acute hemorrhagic stroke and severe multiorgan dysfunction following massive honey bee stings. doi:10.24911/SJP.106-1598962628





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