Key term: exposure

Original article 1977;3(1):16-22   pdf
A clinical, neurophysiological and behavioral study of female workers exposed to 1,1,1-trichloroethane.
Maroni M, Bulgheroni C, Cassitto MG, Merluzzi F, Gilioli R, Foa´ V
 
Original article 1977;3(3):135-143   pdf
Exposure of animals and man to toluene.
Carlsson A, Lindqvist T
 
Original article 1977;3(4):192-202   pdf
Urinary chromium as an indicator of the exposure of welders to chromium.
Tola S, Kilpiö J, Virtamo M, Haapa K
 
Original article 1977;3(4):212-214   pdf
Central nervous defects in two children of mothers exposed to chemicals in the reinforced plastics industry. Chance or a causal relation?
Holmberg PC
 
Original article 1977;3(4):215-224   pdf
Exposure to methylene chloride. Content in subcutaneous adipose tissue.
Engström J, Bjurström R
 
1978;4 suppl 2:114-118   pdf
Biological indicators of exposure in styrene polymerization workers. Styrene in blood and adipose tissue and mandelic and phenylglyoxylic acids in urine.
Wolff MS, Lilis R, Lorimer WV, Selikoff IJ
 
1978;4 suppl 2:196-199   pdf
Alcohol consumption and tolerance of workers exposed to styrene in relation to level of exposure and psychological symptoms and signs.
Lindström K, Härkönen H, Mantere P
 
1978;4 suppl 2:259-264   pdf
Chromosome aberrations in lymphocytes of workers exposed to styrene.
Meretoja T, Järventaus H, Sorsa M, Vainio H
 
Original article 1978;4(1):19-45   pdf
Long-term exposure to jet fuel. II. A cross-sectional epidemiologic investigation on occupationally exposed industrial workers with special reference to the nervous system.
Knave B, Olson BA, Elofsson S, Gamberale F, Isaksson A, Mindus P, Persson HE, Struwe G, Wennberg A, Westerholm P
 
Original article 1978;4(1):60-65   pdf
Exposure of rabbits to styrene. Electronystagmographic findings correlated to the styrene level in blood and cerebrospinal fluid.
Larsby B, Tham R, Ödkvist LM, Hyden D, Bunnfors I, Aschan G
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