Occupational Lung Diseases
Introduction . Occupational lung diseases are caused by exposure to harmful materials during working . E.g. vapors, or gases; Smoke; Mist

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Occupational Lung Diseases
Occupational Lung Diseases . Internal Medicine Curriculum Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas . October 2003

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Recognizing and preventing Occupational asthma and lung diseases
Recognizing and preventing Occupational asthma and lung diseases . Moira Chan-Yeung, University of British Columbia

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Occupational lung diseases (Pneumoconiosis)
Pneumoconioses is a group of lung diseases which result from inhalation of dust in certain occupations.

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INTERSTITIAL LUNG DISEASE
Medical Evaluation of Occupational Lung Diseases – Modalities . Primarily diagnostic. Chest film, CT; Spirometry, DL CO; Blood gases; Methacholine challenge

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Geen diatitel
Diagnosis of Environmental and Occupational Lung Diseases . Diagnosis . Radiologist . Pathologist . Occupational. Physician . Environmental . hygiene specialist

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BREATHING EASY AT WORK
OTHER OCCUPATIONAL LUNG DISEASES . ICD codes not available for other Occupational lung diseases include occupational lung cancer from agents such as asbestos

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Diseases of the Lung
Black Lung Disease . Black lung is a legal term describing man-made, occupational lung diseases that are contracted by prolonged breathing of coal mine dust

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Smoking and Occupational Health
Non-Malignant Lung Diseases . Asthma: > 200 occupational substances cause asthma; smoking can make disease worse. Chronic Bronchitis: smoking and dusts are additive

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RESTRICTIVE LUNG DISEASE
Physiologically restrictive lung diseases are defined by reduced Example is farmer’s lung. The exposure may be occupational or environmental.

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