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The scope of toxicology, therefore, may extend from the study of a single element such as lead to a complex, chemically uncharacterized substance such as snake venom; from an overdose of heroin to the effects of long-term exposure to low levels of pesticides on anticonvulsant therapy. For the purpose of this discussion, we shall narrow the limits of the broad field of toxicology considerably, but it is important to be aware of the breadth and depth to which toxicology may at times extend.
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