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Cadmium poisoning

Cadmium poisoning is mainly caused by inhalation of cadmium dust or cadmium compound dust. A large amount of inhalation can cause acute pneumonia and pulmonary edema; Chronic poisoning causes pulmonary fibrosis and kidney disease. Industries exposed to cadmium include cadmium smelting, spraying, welding and casting bearing surfaces, cadmium rods of nuclear reactors or cadmium covered graphite rods as neutron absorbers, cadmium batteries and other cadmium compounds. Japan reported that "pain disease" is a chronic cadmium poisoning caused by long-term consumption of water polluted by cadmium sulfate.

Symptoms

Hepatic porphyria

Hepatopulmonary syndrome

Guillain Barre syndrome

Hyperlipoproteinemia type II

Hyperlipoproteinemia type III

Hyperlipoproteinemia type IV

Hyperlipoproteinemia type V

Body odor

Erythematous acrodynia

Huntington's disease

Lupus erythematosus

Respiratory failure

Hodgkin's disease

hay asthma

Periampullary carcinoma

Purulent meningitis

Jaundice

Regressive fever

Clonorchiasis sinensis

Kala Azar

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