kaolinosis


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kaolinosis

 [ka″o-lin-o´sis]
a type of silicatosis due to inhaling particles of kaolin.

ka·o·lin·o·sis

(kā'ō-lin-ō'sis),
Pneumonoconiosis caused by the inhalation of clay dust.

kaolinosis

/ka·o·lin·o·sis/ (ka″o-lin-o´sis) pneumoconiosis from inhaling particles of kaolin.

kaolinosis

[kā′əlinō′sis]
a form of pneumoconiosis acquired by inhaling clay dust (kaolin). Kaolin is used in the manufacture of paper, ceramics, heat-resistant wood, soaps, toothpaste, and some medicines.

ka·o·lin·o·sis

(kā'ō-lin-ō'sis)
Pneumonoconiosis caused by the inhalation of clay dust.