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Raised lead levels and impaired cognitive-behavioural functioning
Bibliography: p. 24-26.
|Statement||by Michael Rutter.|
|Series||Developmental medicine and child neurology -- v. 22, no. 1. -- Supplement -- no. 42., Developmental medicine and child neurology -- no. 42.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Dev Med Child Neurol [Suppl 42] 1–25 Google Scholar Sunderman FW Sr () Chelation therapy in nickel by: There is a long history of human exposure to lead, although the relative importance of the different pathways of lead intake may have altered over recent decades.
Widespread use was made of lead during the time of the Roman Empire: such uses included the lining of aqueducts and the fabrication of water pipes and cooking utensils, .Cited by: 3. Lead intake and blood lead in two-year-old U.K. urban children.
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Med. Child Neurol. Suppl. 42 (). 2 Medical Research Council, The Neuropsychological Effecs of Lead in Children -- A Review of Recent Research, ~ Cited by: Relation Between Pica and Blood Lead in Areas of Differing Lead Exposure Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Disease in Childhood 59(1).
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