Ingestion of a large amount of bracken for a short period results in hypoplasia
(pan-myelophthisis) of the bone marrow and progressive acute bleeding, leading to
death. Ingestion of a small amount for a long period causes tumor formation in the
urinary tract, inducing chronic hematuria. (register No. 2015).
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