Systemic Toxicology

Toxic effects occur as a result of absorption and distribution of a toxicant to a site distant from its entry point. Systemic effects are those that require absorption and distribution of the toxicant to a site distant from its entry point, at which point effects are produced. Most chemicals substances that produce systemic toxicity do not cause a similar extent of toxicity in all organs, but usually show major toxicity to one or two organs. These are stated as the target organs of toxicity for that specific chemical.

  • Occupational respiratory diseases
  • Occupational skin diseases
  • Biological toxicology

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