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Aksoy, M., DinVol, K., Erdem, S., Akgiin, T., and Diniol, G. (1972). Brit. J. industr. Med., 29, 56-64. Details of blood changes in 32 patients with pancytopenia associated with long-term exposure to benzene. A study was performed on 32 pancytopenic patients who had had longterm exposure to benzene. They had been subjected to high concentrations of benzene(More)
A total of 102 apparently healthy and randomly selected Turks who either immigrated from Western Thrace or were still living there were studied for haemoglobin variants, high Hb A2 beta thalassaemia, G6PD deficiency, and haptoglobin types. The incidence of haemoglobins S and O Arab were 2.9 and 3.9% respectively. The incidence of high A2 beta thalassaemia(More)
There is no doubt about the leukemogenic effect of benzene in man. The evidence is as follows: (1) The incidence of leukemia in shoeworkers exposed to benzene in a period of 8 years in Istanbul was 13.6/100,000, which is significantly higher than that for leukemia in the general population. (2) Following the phase-out of benzene in Istanbul, the number of(More)