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Placental and stillbirth tissue lead concentrations in occupationally exposed women
Occupational and Environmental Medicine
The lead values in maternal and infant blood, in placental tissue, and in stillbirth liver, kidney, and rib-and skull-bones have been determined in samples from the Stoke-on-Trent area. The lead values in antenatal blood and placenta increase with occupational exposure; liver and kidney stillbirth lead values are lower than those of much older children and rib-bone lead values from stillbirths were on average three times as high as those from a control group comprised of cot deaths and earlydoi:10.1136/oem.37.4.394 fatcat:it3msnfudrdkndrueezsz5ja7a