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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- Acneiform rashes and chloracne have been reported. Severe hepatic necrosis and acute yellow atrophy of the liver have been noted in humans with vapor exposure. Jaundice, weight loss, nausea, restlessness, drowsiness, confusion, fever, and coma have been reported in patients with severe liver injury.
- Centrilobular hepatic necrosis was seen in rats. Eye irritation with excessive lacrimation and hyperkeratosis has occurred in exposed animals.
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