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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- There have been very few poisonings using dicamba alone; most exposures have occurred in mixtures of herbicides, especially chlorophenoxy compounds.
- Toxic effects reported after oral exposure include: irritation of the mucous membranes, dyspnea, pulmonary irritation, incontinence, vomiting, anorexia, muscle spasms and weakness, and skin irritation.
- Recovery generally occurs within 2 to 3 days with no long term sequelae.
- Dermal exposures may result in skin irritation or burns, since dicamba is mildly corrosive.
- Ocular exposures may result in corneal clouding, irritation, or more severe or permanent ocular damage.
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