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Mercury poisoning

Mercury is a silvery white liquid metal that evaporates at room temperature. Mercury poisoning is mostly chronic, which mainly occurs in production activities and is caused by long-term inhalation of mercury vapor and mercury compound dust. The main symptoms were psycho neurological abnormalities, gingivitis and tremor. Acute mercury poisoning occurs when large doses of mercury vapor are inhaled or mercury compounds are ingested. People who are allergic to mercury can be poisoned even if they are locally coated with mercury oil matrix preparation.


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