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Anatolian Current Medical Journal
Objectives: Industrial and agricultural activities such as mining, smelting, and the discharging of industrial and domestic wastewater have increased the severity of heavy metal pollution in environments. Nickel poisoning continues to be an important occupational health problem in many branches of industry, especially coating. Occupational exposure to nickel can occur through skin contact or inhalation of nickel-containing aerosols, dust, or fumes. As a result of the toxic effect of nickel, itdoi:10.38053/acmj.959167 fatcat:alfhlfesx5hmxdtlmbomfmfoxa