Comparison of neurobehavioral function in workers exposed to a mixture of organic and inorganic lead and in workers exposed to solvents.

@article{Bolla1995ComparisonON,
  title={Comparison of neurobehavioral function in workers exposed to a mixture of organic and inorganic lead and in workers exposed to solvents.},
  author={Karen I. Bolla and Brian S. Schwartz and W. Stewart and J Rignani and Jacqueline Agnew and Dianne P. Ford},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={231-46}
}
The neurobehavioral effects of lead (organic and inorganic) and organic solvents were compared in 386 U.S. workers (52 reference, 190 lead, and 144 solvent workers). The association between neurobehavioral test performance and duration of exposure to lead or solvents was also examined and compared. The neurobehavioral test battery consisted of examiner and computer-administered neurobehavioral tests, a test of olfactory function, and questionnaires that assessed neuropsychiatric symptoms… CONTINUE READING