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The authors present a case of abusive use of nitrogen in aerosol. It produced an acute edema primarily toxic bringing a hypoxemia amidst the coronarian network already partially occluded. It is rapidly followed by a subendocardiac infarct of the myocardium with left ventricular failure. The abnormal gas exchanges (alveolo-capillary block) taking place on(More)
Having reported a very complete observation of a patient with asbestosis, as well as silicosis, hitherto undiscovered tuberculosis and a pleural mesothelioma, the authors sum up our present knowledge on the consequences of inhaling asbestos dust. Clinical signs are numerous, benign or malignant, the risks of pleural and broncho-pulmonary cancer being(More)
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