CONTENTS — volume 18, no 5, 1992

Published: 01 Oct 1992

Original article

Problems and perspectives in the identification of new occupational carcinogens.
Lung cancer mortality among workers in the European production of man-made mineral fibers--a Poisson regression analysis.
Oral, pharyngeal and laryngeal cancer as a cause of death among Swiss cooks.
Work-related electrical fatalities in Australia, 1982-1984.
Fecundity and the use of video display terminals.
Menstrual-cycle characteristics and work conditions of workers in poultry slaughterhouses and canneries.
Knee disorders in carpet and floor layers and painters.
Biological monitoring of occupational exposure to low levels of benzene.
Tetanus caused by occupational accidents.
Severe farmer's lung following a workplace challenge.
Carcinogenicity of occupational exposures to mists and vapors from strong inorganic acids, including sulfuric acid, and hydrochloric acid.
Carcinogenicity of exposures to 1,3-butadiene.