CONTENTS — volume 16, no 3, 1990

Original article

Interpretation of "negative" studies in occupational epidemiology.
Postlabeling and immunoassay analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons--adducts of deoxyribonucleic acid in white blood cells of foundry workers.
Low birthweight, congenital malformations, and spontaneous abortions among dry-cleaning workers in Scandinavia.
Risk of spontaneous abortion among Danish pharmacy assistants.
Respiratory symptoms and pulmonary function of workers exposed to cork dust, toluene diisocyanate and conidia.
Risk of neuropsychiatric disability among painters in the United States.
Otoneurological findings in workers exposed to styrene.
Smoking habits and lifetime occupational exposure to gases or dusts, including asbestos and quartz, in a Norwegian community.
Ethylenethiourea in air and in urine as an indicator of exposure to ethylenebisdithiocarbamate fungicides.
An in vitro method for predicting sensitizing properties of inhaled chemicals.

Book review


Amendments and corrections

Re: Kongerud J, Vale JR, Aalen 00. Questionnaire reliability and validity for aluminum potroom workers. Scand J Work Environ Health 1989;15:364-70.