Manganese distribution in brains of Sprague-Dawley rats after 60 days of stainless steel welding-fume exposure.

Abstract

Welders working in a confined space, as in the shipbuilding industry, are at risk of being exposed to high concentrations of welding fumes and developing pneumoconiosis or other welding-fume exposure related diseases. Among such diseases, manganism resulting from welding-fume exposure remains a controversial issue, as the movement of manganese into specific… (More)

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