Despite varying levels reported among the surveys, blood mercury . the level of 10 ppm or above can increase the risk of fetal neurological defects . mercury, respectively, which are the 95th percentile in normal adults.
For adult rats in the high-Se, high-Hg condition, brain selenium content was ppm and ppm after 6 and 18 months, respectively, but for.
Patients with mercury toxicity can present with signs and/or symptoms suggestive Normal whole blood mercury concentrations are less than 10 mcg/L. Levels.