Key term: birth defect

Editorial 2020;46(4):335-338   pdf full text
On endocrine disruption at the workplace – how to get from suggestive to conclusive evidence?
Bonde JP
 
Original article 2015;41(2):175-183   pdf full text
Risk of congenital malformations among children of construction painters in Denmark: a nationwide cohort study
Tougaard NH, Bonde JP, Hougaard SK, Jørgensen KT
 
Original article 2011;37(6):539-546   pdf
Pregnancy outcomes among female dental personnel – a registry-based retrospective cohort study
Heggland I, Irgens Å, Tollånes M, Romundstad P, Syversen T, Svendsen K, Melø I, Hilt B
 
Original article 1988;14(5):293-298   pdf
Office employment, work with video display terminals, and course of pregnancy. Reference mothers' experience from a Finnish case-referent study of birth defects.
Nurminen T, Kurppa K
 
Letter to the editor 1989;15(2):156-158   pdf
Re: "Office Employment, Work with Video Display Terminals, and Course of Pregnancy: Reference Mothers` Experience from a Finnish Case-Referent Study of Birth Defects" by T Nurminen, K Kurppa.
Marcus M
 
Article 2002;28 suppl 2:84-96   pdf
Effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke on reproductive health
Lindbohm M-L, Sallmén M, Taskinen H
 
Original article 2003;29(2):94-99   pdf
Pregnancy outcome among offspring of airline pilots and cabin attendants
Irgens Å, Irgens LM, Reitan JB, Haldorsen T, Tveten U
 
Original article 2000;26(3):193-198   pdf
Maternal occupation in agriculture and risk of limb defects in Washington State, 1980-1993
Engel LS, O'Meara ES, Schwartz SM
 
Invited article 1999;25(6):541-549   pdf
Parental exposure, adverse pregnancy and offspring effects - perspectives in developmental epidemiolgy
Kristensen P
 
Original article 1998;24(6):473-480   pdf
Paternal exposure to pesticides and congenital malformations
García AM, Benavides FG, Fletcher T, Orts E
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