Medline ® Abstract for Reference 21
of 'Classification and causes of jaundice or asymptomatic hyperbilirubinemia'
An epidemic of veno-occlusive disease of liver in central India.
Tandon BN, Tandon HD, Tandon RK, Narndranathan M, Joshi YK
An outbreak of veno-occlusive disease which was probably caused by consumption of cereals mixed with seeds of a plant (Crotalaria sp.) containing pyrrolizidine alkaloids occurred in the Sarguja district of India in November-December 1975. 42% of the 67 recorded cases died.