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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Cases of human poisonings with benzenearsonic acid have not been reported. Available toxicity data is from animals poisoned with benzenearsonic acid-based feed additives.
  1. Other clinical effects are extrapolated from the toxicity of other arsenic compounds which present with garlic-like odor of breath, vomiting and diarrhea, hypovolemia and electrolyte disturbances, altered mentation and peripheral neuropathies, and respiratory, hepatic, and renal failure.
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