LLP exposures TLL exposures
Ocular route    
alone n=57 n=12
57 keratitis (one requiring amniotic membrane transplantation) 12 keratitis
associated with other exposure routes  n=26 n=1
26 keratitis (one associated with cutaneous necrosis) keratitis and  skin burns (due to prolonged contact and coma related to co-ingestion of meprobamate)
Ingestion    
alone n=21 (managed in an intensive care unit =6; death=0) n= 13 (managed in an intensive care unit=5;  deaths =2)
-        8 pneumonias -        9 pneumonias
-        9 respiratory distresses: -        1 respiratory distress  with laryngeal origin
-        1 bronchospasm -        1 bronchospasm
-        2 laryngeal spasm -        1 bronchial congestion without respiratory distress
-        5 major bronchial congestion -        1 lesionaledema
-        1 unspecified  
-        2 bronchial congestion,  without respiratory distress  
-        2 laryngeal edema  
Total n=104 n= 26
Table 7: Main damage reported in severe cases according to the route of exposure for LLP and TLL.