carbon disulfide (CS2) poisoning

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car·bon di·sul·fide (CS2) poi·son·ing

acute or chronic intoxication by CS2; an industrial disease encountered among rubber workers and makers of artificial silk (rayon) by the viscose process; characterized by insomnia, listlessness, and irritability, followed by paralyses, impaired vision, peptic ulcer, and psychoses.

car·bon di·sul·fide (CS2) poi·son·ing

(kahrbŏn dī-sŭlfīd poyzŏn-ing)
Acute or chronic intoxication by CS2; an industrial disease encountered among rubber workers and makers of artificial silk (rayon).
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