Definition of Acute toxicity

1. Noun. The ability of a substance to cause harmful effects soon after a single exposure or dose. ¹

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Medical Definition of Acute toxicity

1. Illness resulting from a single dose or exposure to a toxic substance. Compare: chronic toxicity. (06 May 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Acute Toxicity

acute reflex bone atrophy
acute rejection
acute renal failure
acute respiratory failure
acute rheumatic arthritis
acute rhinitis
acute rickets
acute schizophrenia
acute schizophrenic episode
acute sedge
acute situational reaction
acute spinal cord compression
acute splenic tumour
acute stress reaction
acute toxicity (current term)
acute transverse myelitis
acute triangle
acute triangles
acute trypanosomiasis
acute tuberculosis
acute tubular necrosis
acute ulcerative gingivitis
acute urethral syndrome
acute urticaria
acute vascular occlusion
acute vascular purpura
acute viral conjunctivitis
acute yellow atrophy of the liver

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