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Digonositic Features Of Lung Cancer In Coal Miners

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS

1. Br J Dis Chest. 1965 Jul;59:141-7. THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS WITH PNEUMOCONIOSIS. GOLDMAN KP. PMID: 14339011 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE]

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS.

1. Br J Dis Chest. 1965 Jul;59:133-40. THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS. SCOTT JK. PMID: 14339010 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms

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Comparison of lung cancer risk in black-coal miners based

Background: Cancer risk (especially as regards lung cancer) in black-coal miners is mainly analyzed on the basis of mortality. The risk calculated based on mortality may differ from the values based on incidence. The aim of the study was to compare cancer risk in black-coal miners with and without coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP), based on data on mortality and the incidence of lung cancer

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Lung Cancer in Coal-Miners Occupational

1959-10-1  In a study of coal-miners suffering from lung cancer two features of special interest are recorded. The difficulties in diagnosis are illustrated by case reports. The two-year survival rate after surgical removal of the tumour is significantly better in coal-miners than in non-miners. After operation 87% of coal-miners were alive two years later, compared with only 36% of other patients

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS

1965-7-1  THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS WITH PNEUMOCONIOSIS. GOLDMAN KP. British Journal of Diseases of the Chest, 01 Jul 1965, 59: 141-147 DOI: 10.1016/s0007-0971(65)80004-3 PMID: 14339011 . Share this article Share with email Share with

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Lung disease and coal mining: what pulmonologists need

Purpose of review: Coal mine workers are at risk for a range of chronic respiratory diseases including coal workers' pneumoconiosis, diffuse dust-related fibrosis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The purpose of this review is to describe coal mining processes and associated exposures to inform the diagnostic evaluation of miners with respiratory symptoms.

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Objective Pathological Diagnosis of Coal Workers

1981-5-8  Pertinent pathological features of lungs obtained at autopsies from 99 coal miners were compared with those observed in the lungs of 268 male town dwellers of comparable age who were not occupationally related to the coal mining or other industries at risk for development of pneumoconiosis.

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Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis Symptoms and Diagnosis

2020-3-3  Symptoms of Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis. Symptoms of black lung disease can take years to develop. In early stages, the most common symptoms are cough, shortness of breath and chest tightness. Sometime the coughing may bring up black sputum (mucus). These symptoms may initially occur after strenuous activity, but as the disease progresses

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Population Cancer Risks Associated with Coal Mining: A

2013-8-15  Background Coal is produced across 25 states and provides 42% of US energy. With production expected to increase 7.6% by 2035, proximate populations remain at risk of exposure to carcinogenic coal products such as silica dust and organic compounds. It is unclear if population exposure is associated with increased risk, or even which cancers have been studied in this regard.

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS

1. Br J Dis Chest. 1965 Jul;59:141-7. THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS WITH PNEUMOCONIOSIS. GOLDMAN KP. PMID: 14339011 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE]

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS.

1. Br J Dis Chest. 1965 Jul;59:133-40. THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS. SCOTT JK. PMID: 14339010 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms

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Lung Cancer in Coal-Miners Occupational

In a study of coal-miners suffering from lung cancer two features of special interest are recorded. The difficulties in diagnosis are illustrated by case reports. The two-year survival rate after surgical removal of the tumour is significantly better in coal-miners than in non-miners. After operation 87% of coal-miners were alive two years later, compared with only 36% of other patients

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THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS

THE DIAGNOSIS OF LUNG CANCER IN COAL-MINERS WITH PNEUMOCONIOSIS. GOLDMAN KP. British Journal of Diseases of the Chest, 01 Jul 1965, 59: 141-147 DOI: 10.1016/s0007-0971(65)80004-3 PMID: 14339011 . Share this article Share with email Share with

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Coal mining, silicosis and lung cancer: IIAC position

2018-6-18  of coal miners is not special in this regard. 17. For the purposes of guidance, the activities in coal mines involving significant silica exposure are described variously as tunnelling, hard heading and brushing, roof bolting, drilling (other than into coal), but explicitly involve

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Population Cancer Risks Associated with Coal Mining: A

2013-8-15  Former coal miners with and without CWP: Diagnosis with CWP: Lung, stomach, bladder, colon, kidney cancer incidence: Cohort: Significantly elevated risk of lung cancer was found for former coal miners with CWP. A2: Ames: 1983: U.S. 184 coal miners from NIOSH cohorts database: Coal dust, years of underground mining: Gastric cancer incidence

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Patterns of coal workers' pneumoconiosis in Appalachian

To aid in diagnostic chest film interpretation of coal workers' pneumoconiosis, a composite profile of common radiologic patterns was developed in 98 Appalachian former coal miners who were diagnosed as having coal miner's pneumoconiosis and who applied for black lung benefits. The mean age was 61 y

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[Primary cancer of the lung in coal miners of northern

1. Lille Med. 1961;6:551-60. [Primary cancer of the lung in coal miners of northern France. Clinical study, diagnostic and therapeutic problems, apropos of 59 observations].

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Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis Symptoms and Diagnosis

2020-3-3  Symptoms of Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis. Symptoms of black lung disease can take years to develop. In early stages, the most common symptoms are cough, shortness of breath and chest tightness. Sometime the coughing may bring up black sputum (mucus). These symptoms may initially occur after strenuous activity, but as the disease progresses

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Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis and Other Mining-Related

Coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP) and other mining-related lung diseases are entirely preventable, yet continue to occur. While greater attention has been given to CWP and silicosis, mining exposures cause a broad spectrum of respiratory disease, including chronic

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Coal mining, silicosis and lung cancer: IIAC position

2018-6-18  of coal miners is not special in this regard. 17. For the purposes of guidance, the activities in coal mines involving significant silica exposure are described variously as tunnelling, hard heading and brushing, roof bolting, drilling (other than into coal), but explicitly involve

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Population Cancer Risks Associated with Coal Mining: A

2013-8-15  Former coal miners with and without CWP: Diagnosis with CWP: Lung, stomach, bladder, colon, kidney cancer incidence: Cohort: Significantly elevated risk of lung cancer was found for former coal miners with CWP. A2: Ames: 1983: U.S. 184 coal miners from NIOSH cohorts database: Coal dust, years of underground mining: Gastric cancer incidence

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NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search 20034368 Lung cancer

The overall pathological features of lung cancer in coal workers are very similar to those reported for non-miner smoking males in the general population. The absence of any effect of mining tenure on cell type strongly indicates that coal dust per se does not influence the histogenesis of lung cancer in coal workers.

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[Primary cancer of the lung in coal miners of northern

1. Lille Med. 1961;6:551-60. [Primary cancer of the lung in coal miners of northern France. Clinical study, diagnostic and therapeutic problems, apropos of 59 observations].

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CDC Mining Topic Respiratory Diseases NIOSH

2021-9-3  Miners can also have an increased risk of dying from lung cancer. Risk increases when miners experience exposure to exhaust from diesel engines for five or more years. Pneumoconioses (meaning dusty lung) can cause impairment, disability and premature death. The two main types of pneumoconioses that affect miners are coal workers

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Objective Pathological Diagnosis of Coal Workers

Pertinent pathological features of lungs obtained at autopsies from 99 coal miners were compared with those observed in the lungs of 268 male town dwellers of comparable age who were not occupationally related to the coal mining or other industries at risk for development of pneumoconiosis.

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Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis Pulmonary Disorders

Patients with simple coal workers' pneumoconiosis develop progressive massive fibrosis at a rate of about 1 to 2% /year. Recently, rapid progression of coal workers' pneumoconiosis to progressive massive fibrosis has been recognized in young

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SOLITARY MASS IN THE LUNGS OF COAL MINERS :

2019-9-15  Coal miners with at least 15 years of dust exposure may have a solitary density caused by progressive massive fibrosis (PMF), even when there is little or no nodularity elsewhere in the lungs. The mass may closely resemble a carcinoma, but the correct diagnosis can be made if the typical roentgen features of PMF are present.

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Feature: Silicosis in the Workplace NIOSH CDC

Evaluation of lung tissue samples showed that these miners were exposed to silica and silicates contained in coal mine dust. Other studies that have examined coal mining jobs known to be associated with higher exposures to silica (e.g., roof bolters, drillers, and blasters) have shown that severe and rapidly progressive disease is more common

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Pneumoconiosis Johns Hopkins Medicine

Pneumoconiosis. Pneumoconiosis is one of a group of interstitial lung disease caused by breathing in certain kinds of dust particles that damage your lungs. Because you are likely to encounter these dusts only in the workplace, pneumoconiosis is called an occupational lung disease. Pneumoconiosis usually take years to develop.

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Digonositic Features Of Lung Cancer In Coal Miners