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No Abstract Available for Hazardous health effects of occupational exposure to wood dust Flechsig R, Nedo G, Hazardous health effects of occupational exposure to wood dust, Industr Health, 1990;28:107-119,

No Abstract Available for Case report of occupational asthma due to Palisander wood dust and bronchoprovocation challenge by inhalation of pure wood dust from a capsule GodnicCvar J, Gomzi M, Case report of occupational asthma due to Palisander wood dust and bronchoprovocation challenge by inhalation of pure wood dust from a capsule, Am J Industr Med, 1990;18:541-545,
Jasminka Godnic-Cvar, Vienna, an author of 'Case report of occupational asthma due to Palisander wood dust and bronchoprovocation challenge by inhalation of pure wood dust from a capsule'

No Abstract Available for Fatal pulmonary edema due to nitric acid fume inhalation in three pulp-mill workers Hajela R, Janigan DT, Landrigan PL, Boudreau SF, Sebastian S, Fatal pulmonary edema due to nitric acid fume inhalation in three pulp-mill workers, Chest, 1990;97:487-489,

No Abstract Available for Characterization of health effects of wood dust exposures Enarson DA, ChanYeung M, Characterization of health effects of wood dust exposures, Am J Industr Med, 1990;17:33-38,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Characterization of health effects of wood dust exposures'

No Abstract Available for Occupational asthma due to operating theatre wear Gannon PFG, Burge PS, Occupational asthma due to operating theatre wear, Eur Respir J, 1990;3 suppl 10:173s-173s,
Sherwood Burge, Oasys, an author of 'Occupational asthma due to operating theatre wear' Paul Gannon, Dupont, an author of 'Occupational asthma due to operating theatre wear'

No Abstract Available for Objective versus qualative analysis of PEFR in the diagnosis of Occupational asthma Cote J, Kennedy SM, ChanYeung M, Objective versus qualative analysis of PEFR in the diagnosis of Occupational asthma, Am Rev Respir Dis, 1990;141:A82-A82,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Objective versus qualative analysis of PEFR in the diagnosis of Occupational asthma' Susan Kennedy, Vancouver, an author of 'Objective versus qualative analysis of PEFR in the diagnosis of Occupational asthma'

Abstract Available for New methodology for specific inhalation challenges with occupational agents in powder form Cloutier Y, Lagier F, Lemieux R, Blais MC, StArnaud C, Cartier A, Malo JL, New methodology for specific inhalation challenges with occupational agents in powder form, Eur Respir J, 1989;2:769-777,
André Cartier, Hôpital de Sacré Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, an author of 'New methodology for specific inhalation challenges with occupational agents in powder form' Jean-Luc Malo, Hôpital de Sacré Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, an author of 'New methodology for specific inhalation challenges with occupational agents in powder form'

No Abstract Available for The toxicity of constituents of cedar and pine woods to pulmonary epithelium Ayars GH, Altman LC, Frazier CE, Chi EY, The toxicity of constituents of cedar and pine woods to pulmonary epithelium, J Allergy Clin Immunol, 1989;83:610-618,

No Abstract Available for Occupational asthma caused by iroko wood Azofra J, Olaguibel JM, Occupational asthma caused by iroko wood, Allergy, 1989;44:156-158,

No Abstract Available for Follow-up of respiratory function of 23 patients with occupational asthma Grange F, Chapoulet MT, Prost G, Follow-up of respiratory function of 23 patients with occupational asthma, J Toxicol Clin Exp, 1989;9 suppl 2:25-29,

Abstract Available for Occupational asthma caused by exposure to ash wood dust (Fraxinus americana) Malo JL, Cartier A, Occupational asthma caused by exposure to ash wood dust (Fraxinus americana), Eur Respir J, 1989;2:385-387,
André Cartier, Hôpital de Sacré Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, an author of 'Occupational asthma caused by exposure to ash wood dust (Fraxinus americana)' Jean-Luc Malo, Hôpital de Sacré Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, an author of 'Occupational asthma caused by exposure to ash wood dust (Fraxinus americana)'

No Abstract Available for Hypersensitivity pneumonitis in an orchid grower associated with sensitivity to the fungus Cryptostroma corticale Shepherd GM, Michelis MA, Macris NT, Smith JP, Hypersensitivity pneumonitis in an orchid grower associated with sensitivity to the fungus Cryptostroma corticale, Ann Allergy, 1989;62:522-525,

No Abstract Available for Occupational bronchopulmonary pathology caused by woodwork: diagnostic approach Underner M, CazenaveRoblot F, Patte F, Occupational bronchopulmonary pathology caused by woodwork: diagnostic approach, Rev Pneumol Clin, 1988;44:83-93,

No Abstract Available for A longitudinal epidemiological survey in workers of a furniture plant Vellutin M, A longitudinal epidemiological survey in workers of a furniture plant, Medicina Riv, 1988;8:453-454,

Abstract Available for Fungal and actinomycete spores as pollutants of the workplace and occupational allergens Lacey J, Crook B, Fungal and actinomycete spores as pollutants of the workplace and occupational allergens, Ann Occup Hyg, 1988;32:515-533,

No Abstract Available for Respiratory health effects from occupational exposure to wood dusts Goldsmith DF, Shy CM, Respiratory health effects from occupational exposure to wood dusts, Scand J Work Environ Health, 1988;14:1-15,

No Abstract Available for Occupational asthma to an exotic wood: Nesorgordonia papaverifera (danta or kotibe) Gozalo F, Fernandez RP, Occupational asthma to an exotic wood: Nesorgordonia papaverifera (danta or kotibe), Rev Mal Resp, 1988;5:71-73,

No Abstract Available for Respiratory symptoms and pathophysiological effects of occupational exposure to formaldehyde and wood dust Holmstrom M, Wilhelmsson B, Respiratory symptoms and pathophysiological effects of occupational exposure to formaldehyde and wood dust, Scand J Work Environ Health, 1988;14:306-311,

No Abstract Available for Comparison of cellular and protein changes in bronchial lavage fluid of symptomatic and asymptomatic patients with red cedar asthma on follow-up examination ChanYeung M, Leriche J, MacLean L, Lam S, Comparison of cellular and protein changes in bronchial lavage fluid of symptomatic and asymptomatic patients with red cedar asthma on follow-up examination, Clin Allergy, 1988;18:359-365,
Moira Chan-Yeung, University of Hong Kong, an author of 'Comparison of cellular and protein changes in bronchial lavage fluid of symptomatic and asymptomatic patients with red cedar asthma on follow-up examination'

Full Text Available for Sawmill alveolitis in Sweden Belin L, Sawmill alveolitis in Sweden, Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol, 1987;82:440-443,

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