Adverse health effects from chemical exposures depend on many factors, including toxicity, environmental fate, and the extent of exposure to the chemical.
- Referring to growth, differentiation and maturation. Effects may occur from conception through sexual maturation, and may include altered growth, structural abnormalities and/or functional deficiencies.
- Referring to the liver. Effects may include elevated liver enzyme levels, liver inflammation (hepatitis), cirrhosis, reduced fat metabolism and/or impaired removal of waste products from the blood.
- Referring to the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Effects may include impaired sensory and motor signaling.
- Other Systemic
- Effects not otherwise categorized.