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Complicated silicosis also known as progressive massive fibrosis develops through the expansion and confluence of individual silicotic nodules.
Yet although Carwyn was a Y miner's son who had once taken up the cudgels against the National Coal Board on behalf of his silicotic father, the names of Arthur Cook, Arthur Horner, Will Paynter and others which Whad been the most honoured names in the struggles of the Welsh miners in the Welsh W coalfield, were almost foreign to him.
Silicotic mediastinal lymphadenopathy can cause left vocal cord paralysis and dysphagia.
Maximum number of silicotic cases (57 out of 89, 64%) were in the age group 0f 30 49 years.
Any dust underground was undesirable, but tolerable limits of exposure to silicotic rock based on medical research were known.
Silicosis was defined as the presence of palpable silicotic nodules on macroscopic examination of the lungs, which was then confirmed on microscopic examination.
Direct impairment of macrophage function by crystalline silica and poor drug penetration into silicotic lung nodules have resulted in high (>20%) treatment failure and relapse rates for patients with silicosis who are receiving chemotherapy for tuberculosis (6).
He also described the flowers with which the bereaved widows of miners and steelworkers dressed the graves of their menfolk, as "rhosynnau silicotic a lili mor welw a'r nwy"(James 130) ("silicotic roses and lilies as pale as gas"), imagery which is as stunning now as it was when freshly coined over half a century ago.
1942) (legitimate inference that working 16 to 17 years in a foundry that exposed employees to silica dust tended to promote silicotic condition in plaintiff).
In addition, the average age at death of a silicotic is slightly higher than that of the average U.