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Medical aspects of sulphur mustard poisoning

Toxicology

Aug 9, 2005

K Kehe, Ladislaus Szinicz

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Sulphur mustard is one of the major chemical warfare agents developed and used during World War I. Large stockpiles are still present in several countries. It is relatively easy to produce and might be used as a terroristic weapon. Sulphur mustard is a vesicant agent and causes cutaneou...read more

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Mustard antigen
Respiratory Tract Structure
Late Effect of Medical Intervention
Bulla
Sulfur
Pulmonary Fibrosis
Respiratory System
Poisoning Aspects
Poisoning
Bone Marrow Depression
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Medical aspects of sulphur mustard poisoning

Toxicology

Aug 9, 2005

K Kehe, Ladislaus Szinicz

PMID: 16084004

DOI: 10.1016/j.tox.2005.06.014

Abstract

Sulphur mustard is one of the major chemical warfare agents developed and used during World War I. Large stockpiles are still present in several countries. It is relatively easy to produce and might be used as a terroristic weapon. Sulphur mustard is a vesicant agent and causes cutaneou...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Mustard antigen
Respiratory Tract Structure
Late Effect of Medical Intervention
Bulla
Sulfur
Pulmonary Fibrosis
Respiratory System
Poisoning Aspects
Poisoning
Bone Marrow Depression

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