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Synonyms for pneumoconiosis

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To investigate silicosis deaths among young adults, ICD-10 codes for underlying and contributing causes of death from the 1999-2015 National Center for Health Statistics' multiple cause-of-death mortality data were analyzed to provide detailed information on the circumstances surrounding pneumoconiosis deaths among young adults caused by dust containing silica.
Hence, according to the guidelines for assessment of pneumoconiosis of the International Labour Office (ILO), chest radiographs are divided into four subgroups based on technical quality from unacceptable to the good.
Silicosis is a form of pneumoconiosis, which can manifest as progressive massive fibrosis, a complicated form.
Later physicians gave black lung its official modern name of coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP).
As a miner's daughter who became fatherless at the age of 13 when my dad died of pneumoconiosis I identify with Keir Hardy who, from the age of 10, worked down the mines.
Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot.
These included, first and foremost, legislation to provide compensation for slate-quarrymen and other industrial workers suffering from pneumoconiosis and similar industrial lung diseases.
Coal mining is considered as one of the dangerous occupations globally and poses many health problems to coal miners due to production and dispersion of fine coal dusts resulting in pneumoconiosis and other diseases.
Objective: The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of pneumoconiosis among coal miners.
In response to a rebound in both the number of cases and severity of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease, U.
He spelled out pneumoconiosis, the medical term for black lung disease.
He had underlying illnesses, including tuberculosis and pneumoconiosis.
Stannosis: Benign pneumoconiosis owing to inhalation of tin dust and fume.
Esto fue evidenciado en el estudio, "Coal Worker's Pneumoconiosis And Progressive Massive Fibrosis are Increasingly More Prevalent Among Workers In Small Underground Coal Mines In the United States"; el cual tomo en cuenta 240.
Colin Watson, 79, died at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary on September 25 from pneumoconiosis, a form of lung disease caused by the inhalation of dust.