Hand-arm vibration syndrome with use of anti-vibration chain saws: 19-year follow-up study of forestry workers.


OBJECTIVES Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) consists of vascular and neurological component. Musculoskeletal component has not been delineated yet. In the present follow-up study, we evaluated the prevalence of HAVS and the cumulative exposure to vibration among a cohort of forestry workers. Special interest was given to numbness and musculoskeletal… (More)


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