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The period in which the occurrence of documented disease symptoms entitles to diagnose occupational disease despite a prior termination of the job inducing exposure to occupational disease is: A. 10 days in the cases of acute poisoning. B. 6 months in the case of acute radiation sickness with lesions of inflammatory or inflammatory-necrotic nature affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue. C. 1 year in the case of bronchial asthma. D. 5 years in the case of chronic diseases of the vocal organs caused by excessive voice exploitation lasting at least 15 years. E. 10 years in the case of decompression sickness, caused by working in the conditions of elevated atmospheric pressure.
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The period in which the occurrence of documented disease symptoms entitles to diagnose occupational disease despite a prior termination of the job inducing exposure to occupational disease is: A. 10 days in the cases of acute poisoning. B. 6 months in the case of acute radiation sickness with lesions of inflammatory or inflammatory-necrotic nature affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue. C. 1 year in the case of bronchial asthma. D. 5 years in the case of chronic diseases of the vocal organs caused by excessive voice exploitation lasting at least 15 years. E. 10 years in the case of decompression sickness, caused by working in the conditions of elevated atmospheric pressure.
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The period in which the occurrence of documented disease symptoms entitles to diagnose occupational disease despite a prior termination of the job inducing exposure to occupational disease is: A. 10 days in the cases of acute poisoning. B. 6 months in the case of acute radiation sickness with lesions of inflammatory or inflammatory-necrotic nature affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue. C. 1 year in the case of bronchial asthma. D. 5 years in the case of chronic diseases of the vocal organs caused by excessive voice exploitation lasting at least 15 years. E. 10 years in the case of decompression sickness, caused by working in the conditions of elevated atmospheric pressure.
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