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Occupational Aquatic Dermatology

  • G. Angelini

Abstract

The fields of aquatic medicine, followed by aquatic dermatology, have developed due to the ever growing incidence of diseases and accidents relative to the aquatic environment (Fisher 1978; Angelini and Vena 1991, 1997; Angelini and Bonamonte 1997).

Keywords

Contact Dermatitis Mycobacterium Marinum Cercarial Dermatitis Cutaneous Larva Migrans Urticarial Eruption 
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