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Wire brushing wood furniture associated, granulomatosis and microscopic mineralogical analysis

Abstract : There is increasing evidence that sarcoidosis can occur in workplaces in which there is exposure to inorganic triggers (1-3). Moreover, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) analysis may contribute to identifying micro and/or nanoparticles in granulomatous tissues (4-6) and, out of the workplace, hobby activities may also involve dangerous exposure. Our case shows the possibility of correlating abnormal exposure and inorganic particles identified in granuloma by TEM and EDX analysis (...).
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Catherine Cavalin, Paul-Andre Rosental, Michel Vincent, Souad Assaad, Mickaël Catinon, et al.. Wire brushing wood furniture associated, granulomatosis and microscopic mineralogical analysis. Sarcoidosis, Vasculitis and Difusse Lung Diseases, 2014, 31 (3), pp.262 - 264. ⟨hal-02186420⟩

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