0 Boiled lobster syndrome

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Q.  “Boiled lobster syndrome” is seen in poisoning with:

a. Hydrochloric acid
b. Boric acid
c. Oxalic acid
d. Chromic acid

ANSWER:
Ans: B in boric acid poisoning, the major symptom is erythema, desquamation and exfoliation. The skin of the patient looks like a boiled lobster.



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