CONTENTS — volume 15, no 2, 1989

Published: Apr 1989

Original article

Industrial disasters and epidemiology. A review of recent experiences.
Cancer incidence in an occupational cohort exposed to bitumen fumes.
Amosite mesothelioma in a cohort of asbestos workers.
Noise exposure during pregnancy and selected structural malformations in infants.
Occupational noise exposure and course of pregnancy.
Neurological and electroneuromyographic assessment of the adverse effects of acrylamide on occupationally exposed workers.
Regional cerebral blood flow at the time of diagnosis of chronic toxic encephalopathy induced by organic-solvent exposure and after the cessation of exposure.
Cytogenetic and hematological effects in plastics workers exposed to styrene.
Cell response in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid after sulfur dioxide exposure.
Exposure to silica dust in the Danish stone industry.
Allergic airway disease caused by methyl tetrahydrophthalic anhydride in epoxy resin.

Letter to the editor

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.
Re: "Book review of Occupational Medicine - principles and practical applications." by Tor Norseth. Scand J Work Environ Health 1988;14:399