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Specific clinical entities can include paralysis from botulism or staggering and knuckling from “cracker heels” caused by ingestion of some vetches. Conversely, pyrrolizidine alkaloids from a variety of plants such as the Senecio sp. may cause presentation for nonspecific wasting and illthrift. , ionophore antibiotics) may cause sudden death with little clinical evidence. The primary goal for the clinician in these instances is to avoid focusing too intensely on toxicology and to rule out all possible causes of the illness.

Moist samples should be frozen. Feeds to be kept dry should be stored in a cool, dry environment in containers that discourage condensation and mold growth (plastic bags promote decay). WATER SAMPLES Water samples are obtained at the source (well, canal, pond), in transit (piping, tankers), in storage tanks, and at the site of exposure. Spills are sampled if animals are exposed to the materials. The history should include recent occurrences regarding the water (tides, storage). Some chemicals are toxic in water even when present in very low concentrations.

The FREEDOM OF INFORMATION The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) became effective in 1967. It provides access to information in government 28 29 Chapter 5 Regulatory Toxicology files and requires that each government agency publish descriptions of its operations and procedures. Each agency must also make available opinions, orders, and statements of public policy that affect the public. Any person can obtain information through an FOIA request. Certain types of information are not available under FOIA.

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