Category:Hepatotoxicity, Acute

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Hepatotoxicity, Acute

Acute hepatotoxicity almost invariably causes widespread haemorrhages in the body due to excessive consumption of the clotting factors in the damaged liver coupled with failure to produce these factors by the damaged liver. NB: former use of carbon tetrachloride as an anthelmintic and phosphorous as a rodenticide has produced liver necrosis.

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Pages in category "Hepatotoxicity, Acute"

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