By David E. Hartman
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345). A variety of mechanisms may be responsible for neurotoxic injury, including neuropharmacological or neurodegenerative processes. For example, Spencer (1990a) suggests that three types of alterations in neural function are responsible for neurotoxic damage: (1) alterations of the excitable membrane, (2) interference with neurotransmitter systems, and (3) structural breakdown of the dendrite, perikaryon, or axon. For example, lead, thallium, and triethyltin may produce neurotoxic damage by interfering with or destroying the myelin sheath (Williams & Burson, 1985).
S. Environmental Protection Agency may be motivated by "a desire not to burden industry, rather than presumptive risk" (Neurotoxicity, 1990, p. 18). For example, out of the 60,000 chemicals in TOSCA's inventory, final rules were issued on only 25 chemicals or chemical groups, consent agreements were reached on 3 and nine proposed rules are pending in the period from 1977 to 1988 (Neurotoxicity, 1990). 4. Acts Governing Toxic Substances and Associated Agencies" Act Agency primarily responsible' Toxic Substances Control Act Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act Federal Food, Drug.
1983). Tragic events like Minamata redefined the domain of inquiry in industrial medicine, highlighting the need for research into, and tests of, subclinical neurotoxicity. These tragedies notwithstanding, neurotoxicity continues to be underemphasized relative to other health concerns. One source proposed that a combination of ineffective legislation, weak regulatory agencies, and the low priority of occupational medicine within the medical community may continue to account for the underemphasis given neurotoxic syndromes (Hessl & Frumkin, 1990).
Neuropsychological Toxicology: Identification and Assessment of Human Neurotoxic Syndromes by David E. Hartman