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Genetic make up and external stimuli interact to cause lung disease
Occupational and Environmental Medicine
The prevalence of welding related respiratory symptoms coexisting with welding related systemic symptoms in welders is unknown. Aims: To determine in a sample of welders the prevalence of coexisting welding related systemic symptoms indicative of metal fume fever (MFF) and welding related respiratory symptoms suggestive of occupational asthma (OA), and the strength and significance of any association between these two groups of symptoms. Methods: A respiratory symptoms questionnaire, a systemicdoi:10.1136/oem.60.9.661 fatcat:y3c2azvzzbhctkddeqmfopbpeu