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  1. Acetoxytriphenylstannane (triphenyltin acetate) is a trialkyl organotin compound. It is a colorless to white needle-like crystalline solid that is practically insoluble in water, and is used as a fungicide, algicide, and wood preservative. It can be absorbed systemically following ingestion, inhalation, and dermal contact, and is a skin irritant.
    1. Acetoxytriphenylstannane is available as a wettable powder and a technical product of at least 94 percent purity.
    1. Triphenyltin acetate has caused hepatic injury with irreversible hepatomegaly and elevated liver function tests with chronic occupational exposure. It also caused skin irritation with pruritus and erythema which developed 2 to 3 days after prolonged dermal contact with contaminated garments. Eye irritation has also occurred.
      1. Triphenyltin acetate may also cause blurred vision, headache, dizziness, loss of consciousness, malaise, visual disturbances, shortness of breath, epigastric pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Glycosuria and hyperglycemia have been described.
    1. Because the group of ORGANOTIN compounds have a number of toxic effects IN COMMON, the following discussion deals with VARIOUS ORGANOTIN COMPOUNDS.
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