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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. There have been very few poisonings using dicamba alone; most exposures have occurred in mixtures of herbicides, especially chlorophenoxy compounds.
  1. 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.
    1. Recovery generally occurs within 2 to 3 days with no long term sequelae.
  1. Dermal exposures may result in skin irritation or burns, since dicamba is mildly corrosive.
  1. Ocular exposures may result in corneal clouding, irritation, or more severe or permanent ocular damage.
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