Uso de agroquímicos en las fumigaciones periurbanas y su efecto nocivo sobre la salud humana




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42 E.M. Bell, I. Hertz-Picciotto, and J.J. Beaumont, A case-control study of

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43 V.F. Garry, D. Schreinemachers, M.E. Harkins, et al., Pesticide appliers,

biocides, and birth defects in rural Minnesota, Env Health Persp, 1996,

104(4): 394–99.

44 M. Restrepo, N. Munoz, N.E. Day, et al., Birth defects among children born

to a population occupationally exposed to pesticides in Columbia, Scand J Work Env Health, 1990, 16: 239–46.

45 A.M. Garcia, F.G. Benavides, T. Fletcher, et al., Paternal exposure to

pesticides and congenital malformations, Scand J Work Env Health, 1998, 24(6): 473–80.

46 F.M.M. White, F.G. Cohen, G. Sherman, et al., Chemicals, birth defects and stillbirths in New Brunswick: Associations with agricultural activity, Can Med Assoc J, 1988, 138: 117–24.

47 T.E. Taha and R.H. Gray, Agricultural pesticide exposure and perinatal mortality in central Sudan, Bull WHO, 1993, 71(3–4): 317–21.

48 M.M. Ihrig, S.L. Shalat, and C. Baynes, A hospital-based case-control study of stillbirths and environmental exposure to arsenic using an atmospheric dispersion model linked to a geographical information system, Epidemiology, 1998, 9(3): 290–94.

49 D.A. Savitz, E.A. Whelan, and R.C. Kleckner, Self-reported exposure to

pesticides and radiation related to pregnancy outcome: Results from national

natality and fetal mortality surveys, Public Health Reports, 1989, 104: 473–77.

50 L.M. Pastore, I. Hertz-Picciotto, and J.J. Beaumont, Risk of stillbirth from

occupational and residential exposures, Occ Env Med, 1997, 54(7): 511–18.

51 J. Jarrell, A. Gocmen, W. Foster, et al., Evaluation of reproductive outcomes

in women inadvertently exposed to hexachlorobenzene in southeastern Turkey

in the 1950s, Repro Toxicol, 1998, 12(4): 469–76.

52 J.S. Bajaj, A. Misra, M. Rajalakshmi, et al., Environmental release of

chemicals and reproductive ecology, Env Health Persp, 1993, 101(Suppl 2): 125–30.

53 M. Restrepo, N. Munoz, N.E. Day, et al., Prevalence of adverse reproductive

outcomes in a population occupationally exposed to pesticides in Colombia, Scand J Work Env Health, 1990, 16: 232–38.

54 D.S. Rupa, P.P. Reddy, and O.S. Reddi, Reproductive performance in

population exposed to pesticides in cotton fields in India, Env Res, 1991, 55(2): 123–28.

55 G. Petrelli, I. Figa-Talamanca, R. Tropeano, et al., Reproductive malemediated

risk: Spontaneous abortion among wives of pesticide applicators, Eur J Epid, 2000, 16(4): 391–93.

56 V.F. Garry, M. Harkins, A. Lyubimov, et al., Reproductive outcomes in the women of the Red River Valley of the north. I. The spouses of pesticide

applicators: pregnancy loss, age at menarche, and exposures to pesticides,

J Toxicol Env Health, 2002, 65(11): 769–86.

57 P.G. Butterfield, B.G. Valanis, P.S. Spencer, et al., Environmental antecedents

of young-onset Parkinson’s disease, Neurology, 1993, 43(6): 1150–58.

58 S.J. McCann, D.G. LeCouteur, A.C. Green, et al., The epidemiology of

Parkinson’s disease in an Australian population,
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