Published in 1986: Volume 2: Effects and Response, is primarily devoted to the toxicology of cadmium and includes effects on the respiratory system, kidneys, and bone as well as other toxic effects, including those from the hemaopoietic and cardiovascular system, the liver, the reproductive organs, and the fetus.
Table of Contents
8. Respiratory Effects
9. Renal Effects
10.Effects on Bone, on Vitamin D, and Calcium Metabolism
11. Other Toxic Effects
12. Carcinogenic and Genetic Effects
Carl-Gustaf Elinder and Tord Kjellstrom
13. Critical Organs, Critical Concentrations, and Whole Body
14. General Summary and Conclusions and Some Aspects of Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Cadmium Poisoning
Lars Friberg et al.
Lars Friberg, M.D., is Professor at the Department of Environmental Hygiene, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
Carl-Gustaf Elinder, M.D., is Associate Professor at the Department of Occupational Medicine, National Board of Occupational Safety and Health, Solna, Sweden.
Tord Kjellstrom, Ph.D. (Med. Dr.) is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Community Health and General Practice, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Gunnar Nordberg, M.D., is Professor at the Department of Environmental Medicine, Umea University, Umea, Sweden.