These are exposure studies associated with the disease and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Cordier S, et al. (2004).||Several groups of congenital anomalies, in particular obstructive uropathies, appear to occur more often than expected in populations living around municipal solid waste incinerators.||Air Pollutants||Study subjects||France||Details||Abnormalities, Drug-Induced | Congenital Abnormalities | Skin Abnormalities|
|2.||Zhang A, et al. (2007).||The results showed that long-term Arsenic exposure may be associated with damage of chromosomes and DNA, gene mutations, gene deletions, and alterations of DNA synthesis and repair ability.||Arsenic||Subjects with disease:Carcinoma | Subjects with disease:Ichthyosis | Subjects with disease:Precancerous Conditions | Study subjects||China||hair | urine||Arsenic||Details||Arsenic Poisoning | DNA biosynthetic process | DNA repair | gene expression|
|3.||Thun MJ, et al. (1982).||Families exposed to urea-formaldehyde foam insulation reported no increase in the overall incidence of symptoms, but did report a significant excess of two specific symptoms, 'burning skin' and 'wheezing or difficulty breathing'.||urea formaldehyde foam||Study subjects||United States||Details||Pain | Respiratory Sounds | Skin Abnormalities|