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In 1934 the authors, using a similar title, presented through citations essentially all the bibliography of dusty lung diseases, beginning with 1556 and ending with 1933. That volume included the laws of the various states with reference to dusty disorders of the lung. In it the forecast was made that it constituted the first volume of a series. The present publication is the second volume of this series. Its chief contents are limited to publications on dusty lung diseases and closely related subjects solely for the year 1934. The principal difference in the two volumes resides in the fact that in the present publication abstracts, extracts or reviews are furnished—at times in great length—so that from this one publication it is possible to grasp the trend of thought of workers throughout the world with respect to the many onerous problems associated with dusty lung diseases—their causes, diagnosis, prognosis, significance and
The Pneumonokonioses (Silicosis), Literature and Laws of 1934: International Abstracts, Extracts and Reviews of the Pneumonokonioses and Their Associated Diseases and Subjects. JAMA. 1935;105(22):1798. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760480068027
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