CONTENTS — volume 12, no 2, 1986

Original article

In vivo elemental analysis in occupational medicine.
Time-related factors as potential confounders and effect modifiers in studies based on an occupational cohort.
Mortality and cancer incidence among Swedish paint industry workers with long-term exposure to organic solvents.
Decreased blood lead levels in residents of Stockholm for the period 1980-1984.
Occupational risk factors for brain tumors. A case-referent death-certificate analysis.
Experimental exposure to toluene in combination with ethanol intake. Psychophysiological functions.
Biological monitoring of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Metabolites in urine.
Occupational exposure to chlorophenates. Renal, hepatic and other health effects.
Correlation of xylene exposure and methyl hippuric acid excretion in urine among paint industry workers.

Letter to the Editor

Comment on the interpretation of effects caused by chronic trichloroethylene exposure.

Amendments and corrections

Re: Brochagen F. Re: "Systemic reactions associated with polyisocyanate exposure" by J Nielsen, C Sango, G Winroth, T Hallberg, S Skerfving. Scand J Work Environ Health 11 (1985) 51-54. Scand J Work Environ Health 11 (1985) 497. (Letter to the editor).