[Changes in the serum enzymo- and proteinograms of workers in enzyme production suffering from skin diseases (the validation of the diagnosis and of the therapeutic-preventive measures)].

Abstract

Clinical and epidemiologic examinations of 260 workers engaged in enzyme production revealed the structure of skin disease incidence: mycoses--31%, atopic dermatitis--19%, contact dermatitis--9%, allergic, dermatitis--5%. The majority of these skin diseases were associated with hyperphosphatemia and monoaminoxidase (MAO) depression. Changes of alkaline phosphatase and MAO activities, serum albumins and gamma-globulins may be considered as sensitive markers of disease.

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