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Hexachlorophene toxicity in dogs

, : Hexachlorophene toxicity in dogs. Journal of Small Animal Practice 19(4): 241-244

Two cases of accidental poisoning are described. In the first case one of eight puppies (3 weeks old) died eight days after sucking mammary glands that had been bathed in a commercial preparation (3% hexachlorophene).

Accession: 000395488

PMID: 651327

DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-5827.1978.tb05480.x

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