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The last decade has been an exciting time for occupational and environmental medicine. Public awareness of environmental health hazards has increased enormously, the body of available scientific data has been greatly extended, and physicians have increasingly recognized the relevance of the environment and the workplace to clinical practice.
The physician who wants to learn about the field can turn to a wide (and bewildering) range of electronic and printed sources. Authors from divergent backgrounds have weighed in, from traditional "industrial medicine" to offbeat clinical ecology to modern occupational medicine, from toxicology to environmental sciences, from pulmonary medicine to dermatology to
Hazardous Materials Toxicology: Clinical Principles of Environmental Health. Ann Intern Med. 1992;117:448. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-117-5-448_1
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