arseniasis

arseniasis

 [ahr″sĕ-ni´ah-sis]
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ar·sen·i·a·sis

(ar'sen-ī'ă-sis),
Chronic arsenical poisoning.
Synonym(s): arsenicalism
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Arsenic methylation, GSTO1 polymorphisms, and metabolic syndrome in an arseniasis endemic area of southwestern Taiwan.
Contributors from environmental and health sciences in Taiwan examine arseniasis in the world; blackfoot disease mortality trends in endemic areas of Taiwan; skin lesions; arsenic and urthelial carcinoma; arsenic exposure and lung cancer; blackfoot disease and microcirculation abnormality; and arsenic-induced carotid atherosclerosis, ventricular repolarization abnormalities, and ischemic heart disease.
Previously the condition was described as arseniasis, arsenism, arsenicism, etc.
They also suffered from arseniasis and occupational diseases like external auditory exostosis, and osteoarthrosis (Allison 1989; Arriaza 1995a; Arriaza, Allison and Standen 1984; Aufderheide 2003; Aufderheide and Rodriguez-Martin 1998; Boston and Arriaza 2009; Byrne et al.
Moreover, food and water poisoning through arseniasis, a natural condition still present in the zone, affected population throughout the whole history of the Chinchorro, thus it may have also contributed to the apparent Chinchorro process of cultural transformation.
Alternatively, environmental factors including inadequate nutrition and arseniasis (Arriaza 2005) or other locally prevalent infections (Aufderheide et al.
Thus, arseniasis is a plausible environmental hypothesis to explain the origin of the Chinchorro's unique mortuary practice and infant mummification.
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Reduction in arsenic intake from water has different impacts on lung cancer and bladder cancer in an arseniasis endemic area in Taiwan.
A follow-up study of mortality among the arseniasis patients exposed to indoor combustion of high arsenic coal in Southwest Guizhou Autonomous Prefecture, China.