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Talc dust lung

Talc pneumoconiosis is a pulmonary interstitial fibrosis disease caused by long-term inhalation of talc dust during production. The incidence rate of talc dust in China is about 10.4%. Talc dust and talc are closely related to the prognosis, composition, concentration and exposure time.


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