PMID: 16282882Nov 12, 2005

Occupational Medicine Forum

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Occupational and Environmental Medical Practice Committee

Abstract

The Occupational Medicine Forum is prepared by the ACOEM Occupational and Environmental Medical Practice Committee and does not necessarily represent an official ACOEM position. The Forum is intended for health professionals and is not intended to provide medical or legal advice, including illness prevention, diagnosis or treatment, or regulatory compliance. Such advice should be obtained directly from a physician and/or attorney.

References

Jul 15, 1996·Annals of Internal Medicine·B M AllosW Schaffner
Nov 20, 1997·Lancet·A G NerlichH G Hagedorn
May 30, 1998·Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine·R R GershonG W Comstock
Oct 16, 1999·Annals of Internal Medicine·T F JonesW Schaffner
Jun 6, 2000·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·H M BlumbergS Ray
Jun 24, 2000·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·D P ChinF Wise
Dec 26, 2002·Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine·Dennis Y KimTeresa Mireles
May 14, 2003·Archives of Internal Medicine·Elizabeth L CorbettChristopher Dye
Feb 16, 2005·American Journal of Preventive Medicine·J Steve KammererThomas R Navin
Jun 9, 2005·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·Christopher C Whalen

Citations

Feb 24, 2012·Human Reproduction·Claudia A SnijderRégine P M Steegers-Theunissen
May 10, 2008·International Journal of Epidemiology·Richard J Q McNallyT Pless-Mulloli
Mar 11, 2010·Current Opinion in Pediatrics·Donald R Mattison

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