Occurrence of self reported hand eczema in Swedish bakers

Brisman, J.; järvholm, B.; Meding, B.; Järvholm, B.
November 1998
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov1998, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p750
Academic Journal
Examines the risk of development of hand eczema among bakers in Sweden. Effect of skin atopy on the incidence of hand eczema among bakers; Change of job among bakers due to the disease; Relative risk for hand eczema in male bakers and female bakers.


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