Systemic Toxicology

Systemic Toxicology refers to toxic side effects which might be caused due to the result of absorption, distribution Metabolism of a substance that affects the whole body rather than a specific tissue or Organs or an area distant from its entry point. As in many cases the chemicals that produce systemic toxicity does not cause a similar level of toxicity in every part or organs, but generally cause major toxicity to a single or multiple organs which are thus referred to as the target organs of toxicity for that chemical substance. Systemic toxicology deals with the study of adverse effects of a substance on various organs and tissues in the living organism. Toxicity is often classified as acute, sub-acute and chronic.

  • Medical toxicology
  • Computational toxicology
  • Clinical toxicology

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