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Occupational fluoride exposure.
Understandably, it is not uncommon to find reference to arthritic changes, if for no other reason than the difficulty of distinguishing them from certain fluoride effects on bone. … Data are available from a single epidemiological study of gynecologic problems in female workers in a superphosphate manufacturing plant (Kuznetsova, 1969)[ref.99]. The exposed group comprised 302 […]
Fluoride accumulation in pasture forages and soils following long-term applications of phosphorus fertilisers.