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Manganese encephalopathy: utility of early magnetic resonance imaging.
The use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides visual evidence of cerebral deposits of paramagnetic metals. The usefulness of MRI is described in connection with the manganese poisoning of a 44Expand
Relationship between childhood blood lead levels and stature.
The second National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1976 to 1980, incorporated medical history, physical examination, anthropometric measurements, dietary information (24-hour recall andExpand
Acquisition and retention of lead by young children.
The concentrations and isotope ratios of lead in blood and urine, on the hands, and in duplicate diet samples were measured for children living in Omaha, Nebraska. One group consisted of 22 childrenExpand
Release of lead from bone in pregnancy and lactation.
Concentrations and isotope ratios of lead in blood, urine, 24-h duplicate diets, and hand wipes were measured for 12 women from the second trimester of pregnancy until at least 8 months afterExpand
Randomized placebo-controlled trial of 2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid in therapy of chronic arsenicosis due to drinking arsenic-contaminated subsoil water.
INTRODUCTION Chronic arsenic toxicity producing various clinical manifestations is currently epidemic in West Bengal, India, Bangladesh, and other regions of the world. Animal studies have indicatedExpand
Syndrome of amelogenesis imperfecta, nephrocalcinosis, impaired renal concentration, and possible abnormality of calcium metabolism.
We describe a brother and sister with amelogenesis imperfecta, nephrocalcinosis and impaired renal concentrating ability. This is the second sibship reported, further substantiating autosomalExpand
Childhood lead poisoning and its treatment.
  • C. Angle
  • Medicine
  • Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology
  • 1993
The 30-year federal war on childhood lead poisoning began in the activist days of the 1960s and was codified in the Lead Paint Poison Prevention Program of 1970 (1) introduced by Senator EdwardExpand
Adolescent Self‐Poisoning: A Nine‐Year Followup
A 9-year followup was made of 47 adolescents initially hospitalized at ages 12 to 18 years in a psychiatric facility because of severe psychosocial dysfunction associated with an intentionalExpand
Omaha childhood blood lead and environmental lead: a linear total exposure model.
The majority of experimental and population studies of blood lead (PbB) and environmental lead, including the Omaha study, have utilized the Goldsmith-Hexter log-log or power function model.Expand
Autonomic function in manganese alloy workers.
The observation of orthostatic hypotension in an index case of manganese toxicity lead to this prospective attempt to evaluate cardiovascular autonomic function and cognitive and emotionalExpand