zinc intoxication

zinc intoxication

A condition caused by industrial exposure or by excessive ingestion of zinc supplements, which is characterised by headaches, nausea, vomiting, dehydration, stomachaches, incoordination and possibly kidney damage.
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zinc intoxication

Zinc poisoning A condition caused by industrial exposure or by excess ingestion of zinc supplements Clinical Headache, N&V, dehydration, stomach ache, incoordination, renal damage, immune deficiency
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