Arbeitsstoffexposition und Krebsrisiko im Bereich von Mundhöhle, Rachen und Kehlkopf

  • H. Maier
  • A. Dietz
  • U. Gewelke
  • W.-D. Heller

Zusammenfassung

Die seit 1978 in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland beobachtete Zunahme beruflicher Krebserkrankungen [11, 66] hat in den letzten Jahren zu einem verstärkten Interesse hinsichtlich des Stellenwertes einer beruflichen Schadstoffexposition als Risikofaktor für die Entstehung bösartiger Tumoren des oberen Atmungs- und Verdauungstraktes geführt.

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  • W.-D. Heller

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