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Neurasthenic symptoms in workers occupationally exposed to jet fuel
Knave B, et al. Acta Psychiatr Scand 1979. Among authors: Mindus P. PMID 474176
Standardized medical interviews showed a higher occurrence of neurasthenic symptoms in exposed subjects (P less than 0.001). ...Again, the exposed workers scored higher than the controls (P less than 0.001), particularly regarding the neurasthenic symptoms, i.e. fatigue, anxiety, mood changes, memory difficulties, and various psychosomatic symptoms (P less than 0.01). ...
Standardized medical interviews showed a higher occurrence of neurasthenic symptoms in exposed subjects (P less than 0.001). ...Again …
Neuropsychiatric symptoms in workers occupationally exposed to jet fuel--a combined epidemiological and casuistic study
Struwe G, et al. Acta Psychiatr Scand Suppl 1983. Among authors: Mindus P. PMID 6575584
The exposed subjects had, after their employment, much more often sought medical advice because of emotional dysfunctions, such as depression and anxiety, than had the control groups (P less than 0.005). When the prevalent mental symptoms, indicative of brain lesion, later were rated by psychiatrists, the exposed workers scored higher than did the controls (P less than 0.001). 14 subjects showing most symptoms were then selected for a thorough neuropsychiatric clinical investigation comprising psychosocial inquiries, psychological testing, personality assessment and neurological/neurophysiological examination. ...
The exposed subjects had, after their employment, much more often sought medical advice because of emotional dysfunctions, such as depressio …
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