(Received 9 November 1973; accepted 11 February 1974)
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Injuries resulting from the discharge of conventional threaded metallic tear gas cartridges and similar devices loaded with chioroacetophenone (CN) or ortho chlorobenzalmalononitrile (CS) have been reported recently [1–4]. Wounds caused by the firing of illegal pen guns loaded with fixed metallic ammunition have also been reported .
Meharry Medical School, Nashville, Tenn.
Acting chief, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Washington, D.C.
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