Edited by Rosenberg Occupational and Environmental Neurology fills a gap in the clinical literature available to the neurologist and occupational medicine physician. This volume meets a critical need for clinical guidelines for determination of whether
neurological dysfunction in a worker is caused by a naturally occurring condition or is secondary to local exogenous working conditions.
Occupational Neurology: An overview; Recognition and evaluation of work-related neurological disorders; Determination of causality and the impairment rating process; Neurotoxicity of organic solvents; Paroxysmal disorders and occupational neurology; Movement disorders; Chemically induced toxic neuropathy; Cumulative trauma disorders; Brain and spinal cord injuries in the work place; Work-related low back pain; Neurological disorders in performing artists; Occupational and environmental exposures and the risk of development of 'naturally occuring' neurological disorders.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1995
- 2nd May 1995
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Associate Clinical Professor of Clinical Pharmacology & Medical Toxicology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, CO
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