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Über Pseudo-Asbestosekörperchen (sogenannte Karborund- und Graphitkörperchen)

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Curious bodies (pseudoasbestosis bodies) caused by the presence of the cubic modification of carborundum and of graphite in the lungs of a pencil factory worker are described. The substance surrounding the minerals showed the same physical and chemical qualities as are reported in cases of asbestosis bodies.

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Glauser, A., Rüttner, J.R. Über Pseudo-Asbestosekörperchen (sogenannte Karborund- und Graphitkörperchen). Experientia 7, 275–276 (1951). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02154554

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