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Mjuries in Norwegian forest workers. A free medical examination with compensation for lost earnings was offered to the forest workers in three areas of eastern Norway. Sixty-six per cent attended (413 workers, of whom 296 used chain saws). The prevalence of Raynaud's phenomenon (RP) was 47 % in chain saw operators, 14% in forest workers not exposed to vibration, and 9 % in 302 indoor workers not exposed to vibration. The high prevalence of RP in chain saw operators was attributed to a traumaticdoi:10.1136/oem.29.3.255 fatcat:slqcctrys5dc7kto6okmjzvy2u