CONTENTS — volume 11, no 4, 1985

Original article

Research results of Soviet scientists in some problems of occupational medicine. Review of the years 1981-1984.
The mortality of boot and shoe makers, with special reference to cancer.
Mortality among retired fur workers. Dyers, dressers (tanners) and service workers.
Arsenic exposure to smelter workers. Clinical and neurophysiological studies.
Response of solvent-exposed printers and unexposed controls to six-hour toluene exposure.
Subjective symptoms among dental technicians exposed to the monomer methyl methacrylate.
Exposure to microorganisms, febrile and airway-obstructive symptoms, immune status and lung function of Swedish farmers.
Monitoring of urinary mutagenicity in workers exposed to low doses of 2,4,7-trinitro-9-fluorenone.
Toxicokinetics of toluene in the rat.
Determination of dimethylethylamine in air samples from iron foundries by isotachophoresis.
Testing for mutagens in filter samples from the work atmosphere of an aluminum plant.
Biological reactivity of different crystalline forms of titanium dioxide in vitro and in vivo.