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Synonyms for pneumonoconiosis

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His mining career came to an end when doctors diagnosed pneumonoconiosis.
In the last few years, more attention has also been paid to other workplace perils that seem to be increasing: violence (O'Donovan, 1997; Stage, 1997; Umiker, 1997); ergonomic hazards related to musculoskeletal problems (Bruening, 1997; Finnegan, 1997; Skov, Borg, & Orhede, 1996); respiratory diseases such as tuberculosis (Hooten, 1997); dangers from second-hand smoke (Werner & Pearson, 1998); and increasing rates of fatal pneumonoconiosis lung diseases from crystalline silica, coal dust, and asbestos, work-related asthma, and exposure to "nuisance dust" (Figura, 1997).