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Occupational acne.

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Occup Med. 1986 Apr-Jun;1(2):229-43.

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Abstract

Occupational acne is probably one of the most frequent causes of work-related skin disease, second only to contact dermatitis. This article outlines the different forms of occupational acne: oil acne, coal-tar acne, and chloracne. Oil acne and coal-tar acne, though less common than in the past, still pose some problems in certain industries. Chloracne continues to be the most significant problem.

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2956707 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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