DISH at Merton Priory: evidence for a "new" occupational disease?

  title={DISH at Merton Priory: evidence for a "new" occupational disease?},
  author={T. Waldron},
  journal={British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)},
  pages={1762 - 1763}
  • T. Waldron
  • Published 1985
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.)
  • Although the development of noticeable lines on the face is usually associated with smoking, this is not always so. Although no such persons were encountered during this survey, non-smokers are occasionally encountered with lined faces suggestive of smoker's face. These people tend to be women and although their faces are lined, their complexions are usually sufficiently clear to suggest that in fact they are either non-smokers or past smokers. Apart from being clinically important in the… CONTINUE READING

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