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Can black mold cause kidney failure

    
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Can black mold cause kidney failure

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Answer by Dr Venkatesh P  on Fri 28, Jan 2011 09:36pm:

Hi, usually health problems associated with high levels of airborne mold includes allergic reactions, asthma episodes, eye, nose and throat disorders. Commonly affects the respiratory system. It may produce mycotoxins, either before or after exposure to humans, potentially causing toxicity. Extreme exposure to very high levels of mycotoxins can lead to neurological problems and in some cases death; fortunately they occur rarely or never. And no such problems have been encountered regarding the renal failure.

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