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  1. Thallous carbonate has essentially the same toxicity as thallium sulfate.
  1. Thallium is a very toxic element. Symptoms are usually delayed 12 to 24 hours in acute poisoning; the gastrointestinal tract and nervous system most often show the first signs of poisoning. Central and peripheral neurological effects include headache, paresthesias, delirium, convulsions, dementia, and psychosis. Hemolysis and renal damage occur, and alopecia (including the eyebrows) appears in one to three weeks.
  1. Chronic poisoning symptoms may be nonspecific, and thallium intoxication may not be suspected until alopecia or kidney damage occur. Thallium is a cumulative poison.
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