Methemoglobinemia is one of my favorite toxicology diagnoses. The diagnosis can often be made at the bedside based on history and physical examination, which is a satisfying bit of detective work. Once the diagnosis is made, patients generally respond promptly to a specific antidote (methylene blue). And this isn't just a parlor trick – diagnosis and therapy can be life-saving.
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