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Main Title Comparison of Biochemical Findings and Clinical Pictures on Subacute or Chronic Arsenic Poisoning of Infants Due to Arsenic-Containing Powdered Milk (Hiso Konnyu Funnyu ni Yoru Nyuji Akyusei Naishi Mansei Hiso Chudoku no Seikagakuteki Shoken to Rinshozo Tono Taihi).
Author Nagai, Hideo ; Usui, Tomofusa ; Asahi, Akira ; Takata, Minoru ; Takenaka., Zenzaburo ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1956
Report Number EPA-TR-74-112;
Stock Number PB-258 710-T
Additional Subjects Toxic diseases ; Arsenic ; Toxicity ; Infants ; Food ; Milk ; Biochemistry ; Signs and symptoms ; Ingestion(Biology) ; Metabolism ; Translations ; Japan ;
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NTIS  PB-258 710-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 43p
Abstract
A survey of reports concerning kinds, toxic action, and toxic quantity of arsenic derivatives and the method of arsenic determination was performed. By separating 14 cases with a clearly known amount of arsenic intake into 7 cases, each of more than 10 mg/kg arsenic intake and less than 4.9 mg/kg arsenic intake, respectively, the clinical pictures of these two groups were compared and the following results were obtained: In the group with a larger arsenic intake, all symptoms except for pigmentation were stronger. The pigmentations were nearly the same in both groups. Each degree of arsenic poisoning is proportional to the amount of arsenic intake, except for pigmentation. A summarry of the relation between arsenic determination of tissues and body fluids samples and clinical picture is presented.