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  1. Human gallium trichloride poisonings are rare. A single patient exposed to fumes of the similar compound, gallium trifluoride, developed a petechial rash and radial nerve palsy. A college student working in a laboratory who had an acute dermal exposure and chronic inhalation and dermal exposure to gallium chloride-containing complexes developed allergic hypersensitivity dermatitis, and approximately one-month later developed systemic effects including dizziness, shortness of breath, supraventricular tachycardia, palpitations, tremors and severe headache. She gradually improved, but long term follow-up was not reported.
  1. Experimental animals have developed lung consolidation when exposed to gallium trichloride vapor. Renal injury similar to that produced by mercury was noted in experimental animals given various gallium salts, but gallium trifluoride may lack hemato- and renal toxicity.
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