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A clinical case of a self-poisoning with single ingestion of 40-45 mL of alleged metal mercury with suicidal purpose, by a 50-year-old man, is described. On the following day he was admitted to the Toxicology Clinic with symptoms of nausea, strong abdominal colic, diarrhea, and feces with macroscopic admixture of mercury drops. At the inspection of the residue of the substance, an unusual black-grey color on its surface was noted. Later, mercurous oxide was proven by chemical analysis. No toxicdoi:10.14748/ssp.v4i1.2181 fatcat:u3khix5oprb3fpujiv3th4n5h4