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Regression of pulmonary radiological changes in dockyard welders after cessation or decrease of exposure to welding fumes



Regression of pulmonary radiological changes in dockyard welders after cessation or decrease of exposure to welding fumes



Polish Medical Journal 6(3): 610-613




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