Clinics in chest medicine is published by elsevier current issue december 2018 currently there are no articles still in press the most recently published articles may be viewed from the current issue new articles are added as soon as they are available so check back later december 2002 occupational and environmental lung disease . Occupational lung diseases are occupational or work related nickel compound exposure is associated with nasal cancer as well as lung cancer workers may be exposed to nickel in machining grinding industry nickel extraction production welding and electroplating. 30 may 2014 bmj open vol 4 no 5 clinics in chest medicine vol 29 no 1 interstitial patterns asbestos related disease high resolution computed tomography of interstitial and occupational lung disease inhalational talc pneumoconiosis radiographic and ct findings in 14 patients. Clinics in chest medicine vol 20 no 4 the accuracy of the clinical diagnosis of new onset idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and other interstitial lung disease chest vol 116 no 5. Occupational lung diseases like other lung diseases usually require an initial chest x ray or ct scan for a clinical diagnosis in addition various tests may be performed to determine the type and severity of the lung disease including
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