Occupational diseases; a guide to their recognition
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Occupational diseases; a guide to their recognition

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    Revised edition.

    "Occupational diseases are discussed in terms of occupational health hazards. The purpose of the text is to make available information needed for timely recognition of symptoms of occupational diseases. The text covers routes of entry and modes of action, biological hazards, dermatoses, diseases of the airways, plant and wood hazards, chemical hazards, chemical carcinogens, pesticides, and such physical hazards as radiation, atmospheric variations, and oscillatory vibrations. Sources of consultation and references are included." - NIOSHTIC-2

    Edition for 1964 by the Institute under its earlier name, Division of Occupational Health.

    Bibliography: p. 534-556.

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    editors, Marcus M. Key ... [et al.] manuscript editor, Lorice Ede.

    Includes index.

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