Vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride exposure and occupational lung disease.

Abstract

S everal recent reports,12 and one in this issue (see page 828), have contributed new observations on pulmonary disease in vinyl chloride (VC ) -and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) -exposed patients. Earlier reports, a few even preceding the identification in 1974 of vinyl chloride as a human carcinogen (with hemangiosarcoma of the liver the marker tumor, but most… (More)

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@article{Lilis1980VinylCA, title={Vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride exposure and occupational lung disease.}, author={Ruth Lilis}, journal={Chest}, year={1980}, volume={78 6}, pages={826-8} }