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EDITOR'S N O T E : This report, reprinted by permission of the editor and authors from Annales Chirurgiae et Gynaecologiae Fenniae, Vol. 54, Supplement 138, 1965, is from the Kaskisaari Rehabilitation Centre and the Institute for Occupa­ tional Health in Helsinki, Finland. Because of its length, it will be published in two parts. Col. Barbara R. Friz of the(More)
The roentgenologic diagnosis of occupational asbestosis is based upon typical pulmonary fibrosis and anteriorly detected pleural calcifications, which appear much later than parenchymal changes. Therefore, a definite diagnosis usually demands a long observation period. We used ultrasonic A-and B-mode methods to examine pleural changes in nine occupational(More)