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It is generally believed that exposure to limestone dust does not present a pneumoconiosis hazard. However, Doig (1955) has recently described cases of silicosis amongst limestone workers after prolonged exposure to high dust concentrations. The limestones concerned contained from 5 to 15% quartz as impurity, and dissolution of the calcium carbonate in the(More)
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