anilinism an·i·lin·ism (ān’ə-lə-nĭz’əm) or an·il·ism (ān’ə-lĭz’əm)
Chronic aniline poisoning characterized by gastric and cardiac weakness, vertigo, muscular depression, intermittent pulse, and cyanosis.

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