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Disease Tooth Diseases

These are exposure studies associated with the disease and all of its children.

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  Reference Associated Study Title Author's Summary Study Factors Stressor Receptors Country Medium Exposure Marker Measurements Outcome
1. Arora M, et al. (2008). National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Environmental cadmium exposure may be associated with increased risk of dental caries in deciduous teeth of children. race | socioeconomic status | tobacco Cadmium Children | Controls for disease:Dental Caries | Subjects with disease:Dental Caries United States urine Cadmium Details Dental Caries
2. Indermitte E, et al. (2009). This study provides an overview of the fluoride content in drinking water and the extent of human exposure to different levels of fluoride through drinking water for the whole of Estonia. Fluorides Study subjects Estonia water Fluorides Details Fluorosis, Dental
3. Chen Q, et al. (2009). Selenium increases expression of HSP70 and antioxidant enzymes to lessen oxidative damage in Fincoal-type fluorosis. Fluorides | Selenium Study subjects China Details Fluorosis, Dental | gene expression
4. Fan Z, et al. (2016). The prevalence of brick tea-type dental and skeletal fluorosis is high in Tibet because of the habit of drinking brick tea in this region; the altitude and occupational factors are important risk factors, with herdsmen having the highest fluoride exposure and the most severe skeletal fluorosis. diet Fluorides | Tea Children | Study subjects China tea | tea, brick | urine | water, drinking Fluorides Details Fluorosis, Dental
5. Tiwari P, et al. (2010). Dental fluorosis was prevalent in 121 (29.3%) study subjects. It was significantly more in children of age 13 years or above, in those who used fluoridated toothpaste for dental cleaning and in anemic children. However, there was no significant association of disease with gender, source of drinking water, and with body mass index. Fluorides, Topical Children India Details Fluorosis, Dental
6. Nriagu J, et al. (2006). The relationships between blood lead (PbB) and saliva lead (PbSa) concentrations and the determinants of PbB and PbSa status in 970 low-income adults in the city of Detroit, Michigan were explored. sex | socioeconomic status Lead Study subjects United States blood | saliva Lead Details Dental Caries
7. Arora M, et al. (2009). Normative Aging Study (NAS) Long-term cumulative lead exposure is associated with increased odds of tooth loss. Lead Study subjects United States blood | patella | tibia Lead Details Tooth Loss
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