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OCCUPATIONAL SKIN DISEASES


Since chemicals, medicines, dyes, cement, etc. are in contact with the skin in the employees in industrial business branches, numerous skin diseases may occur. White collar office employees frequently encounter with the problems such as oedema, varicose veins, back pains, gaining weight and cellulite as well as stress-related skin disorders, eczema, thirst, skin dryness and wrinkles with the effect of central heating and ventilation, eye strain with the effect of ionized radiation emitted by computer, motionless working conditions. acne and acneiform eruption, chemical depigmentation (occupational leucoderma), occupational dermatitis, contact dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, boots dermatitis, cement burn, skin cancer are the most common occupational skin diseases.