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Occupational Skin Neoplasm

Aka: Occupational Skin Neoplasm, Occupational Skin Cancer
  1. See Also
    1. Occupational Skin Disorder
  2. Causes
    1. Ionizing radiation exposure (most significant risk)
    2. Polycyclic hydrocarbons
    3. Inorganic metals
    4. Arsenicals
    5. Alkylating Agents
    6. Nitrosamines
    7. Tar exposure (with direct sunlight exposure)
    8. Ultraviolet light exposure
    9. Trauma or Burn Injury
  3. Risk Factors: Occupations
    1. Carbonated drink production
    2. Chimney sweep
    3. Coal or tar workers
    4. Metal manufacturing
    5. Mining Industry
    6. Outdoor workers (e.g. farmers)
    7. Road construction
    8. Roofing
  4. Prevention
    1. See Prevention of Contact Dermatitis
    2. Limit direct chemical exposure
    3. Prevent excessive Ultraviolet Radiation exposure
      1. Avoid Sun Exposure during peak hours (10 am to 4 pm)
      2. Wear clothing protective against UV radiation
      3. Wear wide-brimmed hat
      4. Use broad-spectrum Sunscreen (SPF 15 or better)
  5. Resources
    1. Haz-Map (Occupational Exposure Database)
      1. http://www.haz-map.com
  6. References
    1. Bebko (2016) Am Fam Physician 93(12): 1000-6 [PubMed]
    2. Lushniak (2000) Prim Care 27(4):895-916 [PubMed]
    3. Peate (2002) Am Fam Physician 66(6):1025-40 [PubMed]

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