aluminosis


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aluminosis

 [ah-loo″mĭ-no´sis]
a form of pneumoconiosis caused by aluminum-bearing dust in the lungs

a·lu·mi·no·sis

(ă-lū'min-ō'sis),
A pneumoconiosis caused by inhalation of aluminum particles into the lungs.

aluminosis

/alu·mi·no·sis/ (ah-loo″mĭ-no´sis) pneumoconiosis due to the presence of aluminum-bearing dust in the lungs.

alu·mi·no·sis

(ă-lū'min-ō'sis)
A pneumoconiosis caused by inhalation of aluminum particles.

aluminosis

A rare form of poisoning that may feature DEMENTIA speech difficulties and loss of fine motor abilities in the hands. Aluminosis is no longer thought to be a cause of Alzheimer's disease.
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