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Asbestos content of omentum and mesentery in nonoccupationally exposed individuals.

Dodson RF, O'Sullivan MF, Brooks DR, Bruce JR.

Toxicol Ind Health. 2001 May;17(4):138-43.

PMID:
12479509
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Asbestos in extrapulmonary sites: omentum and mesentery.

Dodson RF, O'Sullivan MF, Huang J, Holiday DB, Hammar SP.

Chest. 2000 Feb;117(2):486-93.

PMID:
10669695
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Asbestos content in the lymph nodes of nonoccupationally exposed individuals.

Dodson RF, Huang J, Bruce JR.

Am J Ind Med. 2000 Feb;37(2):169-74.

PMID:
10615097
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Tissue burden of asbestos in nonoccupationally exposed individuals from east Texas.

Dodson RF, Williams MG, Huang J, Bruce JR.

Am J Ind Med. 1999 Mar;35(3):281-6.

PMID:
9987561
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Asbestos fibers in para-aortic and mesenteric lymph nodes.

Uibu T, Vanhala E, Sajantila A, Lunetta P, Mäkelä-Bengs P, Goebeler S, Jäntti M, Tossavainen A.

Am J Ind Med. 2009 Jun;52(6):464-70. doi: 10.1002/ajim.20694.

PMID:
19296550
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Assessment of environmental asbestos exposure in Turkey by bronchoalveolar lavage.

Dumortier P, Coplü L, de Maertelaer V, Emri S, Baris I, De Vuyst P.

Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 1998 Dec;158(6):1815-24.

PMID:
9847273
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Quantitative analysis of asbestos burden in women with mesothelioma.

Dodson RF, O'Sullivan M, Brooks DR, Hammar SP.

Am J Ind Med. 2003 Feb;43(2):188-95.

PMID:
12541274
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Quantitative analysis of asbestos burden in a series of individuals with lung cancer and a history of exposure to asbestos.

Dodson RF, Brooks DR, O'Sullivan M, Hammar SP.

Inhal Toxicol. 2004 Aug;16(9):637-47.

PMID:
16036755
10.

Translocation of inhaled asbestos fibers from the lung to other tissues.

Suzuki Y, Kohyama N.

Am J Ind Med. 1991;19(6):701-4.

PMID:
1882849
11.

Asbestos content in lungs of occupationally and nonoccupationally exposed individuals.

Dodson RF, Greenberg SD, Williams MG Jr, Corn CJ, O'Sullivan MF, Hurst GA.

JAMA. 1984 Jul 6;252(1):68-71.

PMID:
6328054
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Studies on the inhalation toxicology of two fiberglasses and amosite asbestos in the Syrian golden hamster. Part II. Results of chronic exposure.

McConnell EE, Axten C, Hesterberg TW, Chevalier J, Miiller WC, Everitt J, Oberdörster G, Chase GR, Thevenaz P, Kotin P.

Inhal Toxicol. 1999 Sep;11(9):785-835.

PMID:
10477659
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Asbestos burden in cases of mesothelioma from individuals from various regions of the United States.

Dodson RF, Graef R, Shepherd S, O'Sullivan M, Levin J.

Ultrastruct Pathol. 2005 Sep-Oct;29(5):415-33.

PMID:
16257868
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Pulmonary asbestos and non-asbestos fiber concentrations in autopsied inhabitants in Pohang, Korea.

Lim HS, Kim JY, Sakai K, Hisanaga N.

Ind Health. 2004 Apr;42(2):163-70.

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Asbestos content of lung tissue, lymph nodes, and pleural plaques from former shipyard workers.

Dodson RF, Williams MG Jr, Corn CJ, Brollo A, Bianchi C.

Am Rev Respir Dis. 1990 Oct;142(4):843-7.

PMID:
2171386
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Environmental and occupational exposures to chrysotile asbestos: a comparative microanalytic study.

Case BW, Sebastien P.

Arch Environ Health. 1987 Jul-Aug;42(4):185-91.

PMID:
2821933
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Malignant mesothelioma and occupational exposure to asbestos: a clinicopathological correlation of 1445 cases.

Roggli VL, Sharma A, Butnor KJ, Sporn T, Vollmer RT.

Ultrastruct Pathol. 2002 Mar-Apr;26(2):55-65.

PMID:
12036093
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Electron microscopy analysis of mineral fibers in human lung tissue.

Friedrichs KH, Brockmann M, Fischer M, Wick G.

Am J Ind Med. 1992;22(1):49-58.

PMID:
1329506

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