Question - What are the most common clinical manifestations of bromism?
Answer - The cited article notes “The most common manifestations of bromism are psychiatric and dermatologic. Patients present with weakness, slurred speech, emotional instability, agitation, hallucinations, seizures, and coma. Bromoderma occurs in approximately 35% of cases and is characterized by acneiform eruptions or, less commonly, granulomatous plaques, ulcers, or bullae, usually on the face and trunk.” (Taylor BR. Bromide toxicity from consumption of dead sea salt. 2010 Am J Med 123(3):e11-e12)