Blood Levels of the Heavy Metal, Lead, and Caries in Children Aged 24–72 Months: NHANES III

  • Published 2014

Abstract

Lead remains a significant pollutant. It has acute toxic and chronic effects on many tissues and accumulates in teeth and bones. The researchers for this study investigated the association of blood lead levels with the extent/severity of caries as measured by the number of decayed/filled teeth of children aged 24–72 months using data from NHANES III (the… (More)

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@inproceedings{2014BloodLO, title={Blood Levels of the Heavy Metal, Lead, and Caries in Children Aged 24–72 Months: NHANES III}, author={}, year={2014} }