The agricultural worker is exposed to many disease processes that are unique to his occupation. These processes--accidents, infectious diseases, chemical toxicity, respiratory conditions, and environmental exposures--are reviewed according to their etiologies. An awareness of these problems will allow the physician to deal more effectively with them.
JOURNAL AND NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE ID#
JOURNAL: Minn Med. 1976; 59(8): 536-539.
Note: Minnesota Medicine.NLOM ID#: 77011316
Publication #: 77011316
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