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Since occupational diseases have been recognized by almost all states in the Union as a cause for compensation, numerous articles and symposia on the subject have been published. The culmination of these may be found in this book by Schwartz and Tulipan, in which the authors have thoroughly reviewed the entire subject and have included essentially all the ordinary occupations and their hazards.
Among the more timely chapters are those on dermatoses caused by explosives and war gases. Seventy-four occupations have been investigated, the ingredients of the various materials used in these occupations have been enumerated, and the probability of
Occupational Diseases of the Skin.. Ann Intern Med. 1943;19:372. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-19-2-372_2
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