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Original Source: Does Long-Term Asbestos Exposure Cause an Obstructive Ventilation Pattern?

This review shows that long-term exposure to asbestos-containing dust leads not only to a reduction of lung volume as well as to limitations of forced expiratory flows, such as FEF (50) and FEF (75), but also to increased frequencies of FEV (1)/FVC, and elevated airway resistance. There is evidence for significant dose-response relationships and an increase in functional changes in parallel to an increase due to the latency period. Remarkably, even asbestos workers without radiologically detectable pleural ...

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Abstract Context: A detailed evaluation of the correlation and linearity of industrial hygiene retrospective exposure assessment (REA) for cumulative asbestos exposure with asbestos lung burden analys...

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