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Ovarian cancer in a former asbestos textile factory worker: a case report

Park S, Park J, Lee E, Eom H, Shin MY, Kim J, Kang D, Lee S

BACKGROUND: The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) defined that asbestos is a group 1 substance that causes lung cancer, mesothelioma (pleura and peritoneum), laryngeal cancer, and ovarian cancer...
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Neurobehavioral Performance Changes of Chronic Exposure to Organic Solvents among Textile Processing Workers

Yang SH, Lee MS, Shin DH

  • KMID: 2028019
  • Korean J Occup Environ Med.
  • 1998 May;10(2):227-239.
The study was conducted to predict the risk of chronic exposure by neurobehavioral test and to use it as a basic source of the management for workers exposed to organic...
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Sleeping Patterns and Gastrointestinal Disorders According to the Shift Works in Female Textile Workers

Yoo KH

  • KMID: 2282669
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1994 Mar;27(1):74-83.
To investigate the sleeping patterns and gastrointestinal disorders of shift workers, the auther studied 434 female workers who worked at textile industry ill Taejon city from september 1 ,1992 to...
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Detection of formaldehyde in textiles

Choi JH, Lee AY

  • KMID: 1692687
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1991 Apr;29(2):155-158.
Formaldehyde is contained in various everyday products such as shampoos, detergents, leathers and papers, and is thought to be one of the important couses of clothing related contact dermatitis(ACD). The...
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Byssinosis in carbon textile workers in Taegu, Korea

Kim D, Park SW, Kim HH, Chung KD, Lee DH, Lee SK

  • KMID: 1694420
  • Korean J Occup Environ Med.
  • 1991 Nov;3(2):177-184.
No abstract available.
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A Decreasing Trend of Industrial Injuries at a Large Scale Textile Company

Hong SH

  • KMID: 2282184
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1984 Sep;17(1):65-74.
To assess the status of industrial injuries, a large scale textile company located around Taegu city was selected. And it was investigated from January 1981 to December 1982. After the...
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The Effect of Textile Industry on the Workers' Blood Pressure

Lee JY

  • KMID: 2282179
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1984 Sep;17(1):25-30.
To assess the effect of noise on the blood pressure of workers, 70 weaving and 70 refining female workers in 15 to 24 years of ages were tested for the...
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An Epidemiological Study on the Industrial Injures of Textile Workers in Daegu Area

Kang PS

  • KMID: 2282101
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1981 Oct;14(1):81-88.
The present study was conducted to investigate the status of industrial injuries through a prospective study for a year from August 1980 to July 1981. The subjects were 15 textile...
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Noise-Induced Hearing Disturbance Textile Weavers by Individual Pure Tone Threshold Determination Test in Taegu City

Park HC

  • KMID: 2281909
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1974 Oct;7(1):177-183.
It is generally recognized that the environmental noise of the various working places thought to be the cause of hearing disturbance. This survey was carried out to evaluate the prevalence...
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