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Am J Ind Med. 1985;8(4-5):307-17.

Dermatitis from repeated trauma to the skin.

Abstract

A moderate degree of friction is unavoidable in everyday contact between man's skin and his environment. However, excessive friction and other forms of microtrauma can cause various dermatoses as well as lesions of hair and nails. This paper illustrates that microtraumata significantly influence many skin disorders, including those of occupational origin.

PMID:
2933954
DOI:
10.1002/ajim.4700080409
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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