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1, July 1984, 1-168
2, August 1984, 169-330
3, September 1984, 331-506
4, October 1984, 507-652
5, November 1984, 653-802
6, December 1984, 803-976
ABNORMALITIES. Methodological issues in the study
of prenatal drug exposure and congenital malformations: Bendectin* reanalyzed (Abstract),
486
Pattern of menstrual cycles and incidence of congenital malformations (Abstract), 486
Pyloric stenosis and maternal bendectin exposure,
251
ABORTION. Abortion before first term pregnancy and
risk of breast cancer (Abstract), 461
Accuracy of spontaneous abortion recall, 727
Benzhydrylpiperazines and spontaneous abortions: example of problems and methods of analyzing Medicaid data (Abstract), 484
Male risk factors for spontaneous abortion (Abstract), 499
Parental occupational exposure and spontaneous
abortions in Finland, 370
ACCIDENTS. Accidents in children: is hyperactive behavior a risk factor? (Abstract), 481
Child behavior and accidental injury (Abstract),
481
Epidemiology of musculoskeletal injuries in the
workplace (Abstract), 504
ACCIDENTS, TRAFFIC. Alcohol-involved traffic fatalities among Native American Oklahomans (Abstract), 474
Northeastern Ohio Motor Vehicle Trauma Study.
I. Incidence and outcome by age, sex, and occupant classification (Abstract), 497
ACCULTURATION. Acculturation and cancer incidence
among Japanese-American men (Abstract), 489
Effects of acculturation and socioeconomic status
on obesity and glucose tolerance in Mexican
American men and women (Abstract), 494
Sex difference in the effects of sociocultural status
on diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors in
Mexican Americans: the San Antonio Heart
Study, 834
ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME. Kaposi's
Barcoma in the United States and Puerto Rico,
1973-1981 (Abstract), 473
958
Risk factors for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): sexual orientation and drug use
(Abstract), 496
ABROMONAS. Prophylactic doxycycline for travelers'
diarrhea in Thailand: further supportive evidence of Aeromonas hydrophila as an enteric
pathogen, 912
AGED. Aging this century and next (Abstract), 501
Alzheimer's disease and other forms of cognitive
impairment in the elderly (Abstract), 501
Carotid bruits in hypertensive elderly adults (Abstract), 494
Demographic and psychosocial correlates of
depression among older participants in the Framingham Heart Study (Abstract), 471
Depression, illness and social support in elderly
outpatients (Abstract), 479
Factors related to the improvement in perceived
health of Wisconsin's elderly (Abstract), 497
Familial aggregation of Down's syndrome and senile dementia of the Alzheimer type (Abstract),
472
Hearing loss in the elderly: the Framingham cohort (Abstract), 471
Measurement of physical activity in older populations (Abstract), 471
Osteoporosis and hip fractures (Abstract), 501
Prevalence and functional correlates of low back
pain in the elderly: the National Institute on
Aging established populations for epidemiologic
study of the elderly (Abstract), 471
Preventive medicine in older individuals (Abstract), 501
Serum ascorbic acid and lipids in elderly (Abstract), 472
Am POLLUTION. Cumulative passive exposure to cigarette smoke and cancer risk (Abstract), 482
Woodstoves, formaldehyde and upper respiratory
infections: an epidemiologic study (Abstract),
473
Woodstoves, formaldehyde, and respiratory disease, 952
SUBJECT INDEX
ALCOHOL DRINKING. Alcohol and blood pressure (Abstract), 468
Alcohol consumption and nutritional intake of US
adults (Abstract), 496
Alcohol detected in homicide victims, Los Angeles, 1970-1979 (Abstract), 475
Alcoholic beverage consumption and breast
cancer in a French case-control study, 350
Alcoholic beverage consumption and breast
cancer incidence, 676
Alcohol-involved traffic fatalities among Native
American Oklahomans (Abstract), 474
Cholesterol, vitamins A and E, and their possible
role in the alcohol/cancer association (Abstract),
495
Diet, alcohol, and blood pressure in the Western
Electric Study (Abstract), 469
Drinking and mortality: The Framingham Study,
97
Major determinants of premature mortality in
middle-aged urban males. Alcohol-related
deaths and degree of participation in a preventive population program against alcohol and its
complications, 265
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. A descriptive study of neuritic
plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in an autopsy population, 331
959
arthritis: implied constraints on genetic
etiology (Abstract), 478
ASBESTOS. The relationship between asbestos exposure and lung cancer cell type (Abstract), 459
ASCORBIC ACID, SERUM. Serum ascorbic acid and
lipids in elderly (Abstract), 472
ATHEROSCLEROSIS. The Type A-atherosclerosis controversy (Abstract), 488
AUTOPSY. A descriptive study of neuritic plaques
and neurofibrillary tangles in an autopsy population, 331
BACKACHE. Prevalence and functional correlates of
low back pain in the elderly: the National Institute on Aging established populations for epidemiologic study of the elderly (Abstract), 471
BACTERIOPHAGES. Lysogenicity and prophage type of
the strains of Vibrio cholerae O-l isolated
mainly from the natural environment, 759
BEHAVIOR. The Type A-atherosclerosis controvery
(Abstract), 488
BENZHYDRYL COMPOUNDS. Benzhydrylpiperazines
and spontaneous abortions: example of problems and methods of analyzing Medicaid data
(Abstract), 484
BEREAVEMENT MORTALITY. Bereavement and risk of
death from major causes (Abstract), 480
BIOLOGICAL TRANSPORT. Sex and race differences in
sodium-lithium countertransport and red cell
sodium concentration, 537
BIOLOGY, HUMAN. Introduction to the convergence of
epidemiology and human biology (Abstract),
501
BIOMETRY. Effects of the use of unreliable surrogate
ANTIBODIES, VIBAL. Epidemiology of hepatitis A and
variables on the validity of epidemiologic reB in the Shanghai area: prevalence of serum
search studies, 643
markers, 404
Environmental and genetic sources of familial agImmunogenicity and safety of a plasma-derived
gregation of blood pressure in Tecumseh, Michheat-inactivated hepatitis B vaccine (CLB):
igan, 131
studies in volunteers at a low risk of infection
Estimation of risk when verification of disease
with hepatitis B virus, 694
status is obtained in a selected group of subjects
Risk factors in dengue shock syndrome: a pro(Letters), 328
spective epidemiologic study in Rayong, ThaiLoglinear modeling with inexpensive computing
land. I. The 1980 outbreak, 653
equipment, 777
Sex-related differences in immunoglobulin M and
Why do extra covariates reduce the precision of
in total antibody response to hepatitis A virus
$! in logistic regression? (Abstract), 495
observed in two epidemics of hepatitis A, 936 BIRTH WEIGHT. Did the low birth weight rate of nonThe changing epidemiologic pattern of hepatitis
whites really rise? (Abstract), 467
A infection in urban Greece, 703
Re: "Perinatal mortality: standardizing for birthAORTIC ANEURYSM. Changing incidence of abdominal
weight is biased" (Letters), 798
aortic aneurysms: a population-based study, BLADDER NEOPLASMS. A case-control study of bladder
379
cancer risk among truck drivers (Abstract), 460
APPENDICITIS. Fiber and appendicitis (Abstract), 490
Drinking water source and risk of bladder cancer
ARTHRITIS. A focus of Lyme disease in Monmouth
(Abstract), 490
County, New Jersey, 387
Interaction of aromatic amines and smoking in
ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATOID. Effect of multidisciplinary
bladder cancer—preliminary findings (Abcare on the long-term outcome of rheumatoid
stract), 482
arthritis (Abstract), 477
Occupation and bladder cancer in rural New EnHLA-DR4 in familial and nonfamilial rheumatoid
gland (Abstract), 458
AMYOTROPMC LATERAL SCLEROSIS. Amyotrophic lat-
eral sclerosis and Parkinsonism-dementia of
Guam: a 25 year prospective patient-control
study (Abstract), 478
ANENCEPHALY. Investigation of a cluster of anencephaly and spina bifida, 559
960
SUBJECT INDEX
BLOOD GLUCOSE. Effects of acculturation and socioeconomic status on obesity and glucose tolerance in Mexican American men and women
(Abstract), 494
Nonenzymatic glycosylation of proteins—a new
tool for assessment of cumulative hyperglycemia in epidemiologic studies, past and future,
169
BLOOD PRESSURE. A device for the automatic measurement of blood pressure in epidemiologic
studies, 642
Alcohol and blood pressure (Abstract), 468
Blood pressure and nutrition in adults: The National Health and Nutrition Examination
Survey, 17
Blood pressure levels and mortality from cerebrovascular disease in Australia and the United
States, 865
Cerebrovascular disease among Multiple Risk
Factor Intervention Trial screenees (Abstract),
469
Change in blood pressure and total cholesterol
with retirement, 64
Comparisons of patterns of blood pressure treatment among East Boston residents 65-69 years
of age in 1973 and 1982 (Abstract), 470
Diet and blood pressure among elderly Japanese
men (Abstract), 468
Diet, alcohol, and blood pressure in the Western
Electric Study (Abstract), 469
Differences in the prevalence, detection and control of hypertension in a bi-ethnic community
(Abstract), 469
Environmental and genetic sources of familial aggregation of blood pressure in Tecumseh, Michigan, 131
Influence of socioprofessional conditions on blood
pressure levels and hypertension control: epidemiologic study of 6,665 subjects in the Paris
district, 72
Physical fitness and the incidence of hypertension
(Abstract), 470
Systolic blood pressure and cancer mortality in an
elderly population, 550
The relationship of baseline calcium and blood
pressure (Abstract), 469
Twenty-four hour blood pressure monitoring in
adolescents (Abstract), 470
BLOOD PRESSURE DETERMINATION. A device for the au-
tomatic measurement of blood pressure in epidemiologic studies, 542
BODY HEIGHT. Blood pressure and nutrition in
adults: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 17
BODY WEIGHT. Blood pressure and nutrition in
adults: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 17
Dietary measures of physical activity, 900
Duration and degree of overweight, glucose tolerance and insulin response (Abstract), 476
BONE DISEASES. Cross-sectional and longitudinal effects of calcium consumption on age-related
bone loss (Abstract), 500
Longitudinal study of bone loss in the second metacarpal (Abstract), 492
BRAIN INJURIES. Methodological issues in the epidemiologic study of brain injuries (Abstract), 504
Time from injury to death in brain injured persons: an epidemiologic assessment of patterns
and potentially preventable deaths (Abstract),
475
BRAIN NEOPLASMS. Brain cancer and other causes of
death in anatomists (Abstract), 500
BREAST DISEASES. Cigarette smoking and fibrocystic
breast disease (Abstract), 491
Estrogen replacement therapy and benign breast
disease (Abstract), 461
Oral contraceptive use and fibrocystic breast disease among pre- and postmenopausal women,
87
Oral contraceptives and benign breast disease,
273
Risk factors for benign breast disease: a case-control study of discordant twins, 565
Risk factors for pathologically confirmed benign
breast disease, 115
BREAST NEOPLASMS. Abortion before first term pregnancy and risk of breast cancer (Abstract), 461
Alcoholic beverage consumption and breast
cancer in a French case-control study, 350
Alcoholic beverage consumption and breast
cancer incidence, 676
Breast cancer and oral contraceptive use before
age 25 years (Abstract), 462
Breast cancer screening data in case-control
studies, 8
Case-control study of high risk mammographic
patterns in postmenopausal women (Abstract),
463
Increased risk of breast cancer among lean premenopausal women (Abstract), 461
Obesity and weight change in breast cancer: a
case-control study (Abstract), 462
Oral contraceptives and benign breast disease,
273
Relationship of ethnicity and other prognostic factors to breast cancer survival patterns in Hawaii (Abstract), 505
Risk factors for pathologically confirmed benign
breast disease, 115
CADMIUM. Cadmium and lung cancer (Abstract), 482
CALCIUM. Cross-sectional and longitudinal effects of
calcium consumption on age-related bone loss
(Abstract), 500
The relationship of baseline calcium and blood
pressure (Abstract), 469
SUBJECT INDEX
CALORIC INTAKE. Dietary measures of physical activity, 900
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES. Interaction between cig-
arette smoking and diabetes mellitus in the prediction of death attributed to cardiovascular
disease, 670
The spectrum of physical activity, cardiovascular
disease and health: an epidemiologic perspective, 507
CAROTENE. Carotene, fruit and vegetables, and lung
cancer (Abstract), 499
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME. Occupational
carpal
961
CLUBFOOT. Simultaneous occurrence of clubfoot and
congenital dislocation of the hip (Abstract), 467
COFFEE. Coffee consumption and myocardial infarction (Abstract), 487
Does coffee consumption raise serum cholesterol?
(Abstract), 492
Risk factors for benign breast disease: a case-control study of discordant twins, 565
COGNITION DISORDERS. Use of the Mental Function
Index in older adults: reliability, validity, and
measurement of change over time, 922
COLITIS, ULCERATTVE. Smoking in ulcerative colitis
and Crohn's disease in Baltimore (Abstract),
498
CONJUNCTrvms. Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis
in Puerto Rico, 1981-1982, 395
Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, Key West,
Florida: an assessment of risk factors for introduction of illness into households and secondary
spread during the 1981 epidemic, 717
tunnel syndrome in an Oregon neurology practice (Abstract), 493
CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDERS. Blood pressure levels
and mortality from cerebrovascular disease in
Australia and the United States, 865
Cerebrovascular disease among Multiple Risk
Factor Intervention Trial screenees (Abstract),
469
Event, incidence and case fatality rates of cere- CONSUMER PARTICIPATION. Recruitment and particibrovascular disease in Auckland, New Zealand,
pation of children in a long-term study of car236
diovascular disease: The Bogalusa Heart Study,
1973-1982, 436
Population studies of cerebrovascular disease as a
cause of dementia (Abstract), 499
CONTRACEPTIVES, ORAL. Breast cancer and oral conCHILD. Accidents in children: is hyperactive betraceptive use before age 25 years (Abstract),
havior a risk factor? (Abstract), 481
462
Child behavior and accidental injury (Abstract),
Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism
481
in relation to oral-contraceptive use (Abstract),
Childhood cancer incidence in twins (Abstract),
465
483
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation
Childhood eye injuries: a population-based study
to reproductive and hormonal factors, 423
(Abstract), 474
Oral contraceptive use and fibrocystic breast disNeuroblastoma: a case-comparison analysis of
ease among pre- and postmenopausal women,
birth characteristics (Abstract), 483
87
Psychosocial consequences of childhood cancer
Oral contraceptive use and Crohn's disease (Absurvival (Abstract), 480
stract), 466
Recruitment and participation of children in a
Oral contraceptives and benign breast disease,
long-term study of cardiovascular disease: The
273
Bogalusa Heart Study, 1973-1982, 436
Risk factors for benign breast disease: a case-conCHOLERA. Intervention studies and the definition of
trol study of discordant twins, 565
dominant transmission routes, 449
Risk factors for pathologically confirmed benign
CHOLESTEROL. Change in blood pressure and total
breast disease, 115
cholesterol with retirement, 64
CORONARY DISEASE. A prospective study of postCholesterol, vitamins A and E, and their possible
menopausal hormones and fatal and nonfatal
role in the alcohol/cancer association (Abstract),
coronary disease (Abstract), 489
495
Coronary risk factors and exercise test perforDoes coffee consumption raise serum cholesterol?
mance in asymptomatic hypercholesterolemic
(Abstract), 492
men: application of proportional hazards analysis, 210
Level of education as a correlate of HDL-cholesterol and its subtractions: the Beaver County
Heritability of coronary heart disease risk factors
experience (Abstract), 495
in women (Abstract), 487
Sex difference in the effects of sociocultural status
Monitoring nonfatal coronary heart disease in the
on diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors in
Community Cardiovascular Surveillance ProMexican Americans: the San Antonio Heart
gram (CCSP) (Abstract), 487
Study, 834
Occupational exposure to high demand/low conSudden death in the Framingham Heart Study:
trol work and coronary heart disease incidence
differences in incidence and risk factors by sex
in the Framingham cohort (Abstract), 481
and coronary disease status, 888
Reproductive history in women with coronary
962
SUBJECT INDEX
heart disease: a case-control study, 108
Sudden death in the Framingham Study: differences in incidence and risk factors by sex and
coronary disease status, 888
Trends in coronary heart disease event rates in
New Zealand, 225
CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB DISEASE. A case-control study of
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (Abstract), 472
CROHN'S DISEASE. Oral contraceptive use and
Crohn's disease (Abstract), 466
Smoking factors in ulcerative colitis and Crohn's
disease in Baltimore (Abstract), 498
CROSS DEFECTION. Case-control study of risk factors
associated with isolation of Salmonella saintpaid in hospitalized horses, 862
Epidemiology of nosocomial methicillin resistant
S. aureus (Abstract), 473
CROWDING. Overcrowding and intensive exposure as
determinants of measles mortality, 49
CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS. Epidemiologic differ-
ences between two varieties of Cryptococcus
neoformans, 123
CRYPTORCHIDISM. Risk factors for cryptorchidism: a
case-control study (Abstract), 466
Cryptorchism and maternal estrogen exposure,
707
DATA COLLECTION. Re: "On epidemiologic surveys"
(Letter), 167
DAY CARE. The relationship of staff to the incidence
of diarrhea in day-care centers, 750
DEATH, SUDDEN. Biologic and behavioral factors in
the sudden death syndrome of Southeast Asian
refugees (Abstract), 502
Sudden death in the Framingham Heart Study:
differences in incidence and risk factors by sex
and coronary disease status, 888
Sudden death in the Framingham Heart Study
(Abstract), 488
Trends in coronary heart disease event rates in
New Zealand, 225
DEMENTIA. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Parkinsonism-dementia of Guam: a 25 year prospective patient-control study (Abstract), 478
Population studies of cerebrovascular disease as a
cause of dementia (Abstract), 499
DEMENTIA, SENILE. Familial aggregation of Down's
syndrome and senile dementia of the Alzheimer
type (Abstract), 472
Use of the Mental Function Index in older adults:
reliability, validity, and measurement of
change over time, 922
DENGUE. Risk factors in dengue shock syndrome: a
prospective epidemiologic study in Rayong,
Thailand. I. The 1980 outbreak, 653
DENTAL MOTTLING. Prevalence of dental mottling in
school-age, lifetime residents of sixteen Texas
communities (Abstract), 467
DEPRESSION. Demographic and psychosocial correlates of depression among older participants in
the Framingham Heart Study (Abstract), 471
Depression and the utilization of health care services: an epidemiologic study (Abstract), 496
Depression, illness and social support in elderly
outpatients (Abstract), 479
The prevalence of depressive symptoms among
Mexican Americans and Anglos, 592
DIABETES MELLITUS. Ethnic differences in susceptibility to noninsulin-dependent diabetes in two
urbanized Micronesian populations (Abstract),
476
Genetic and intrauterine environmental effects in
transmission of diabetes mellitus (Abstract),
477
Genetic and lifestyle aspects of diabetes in American blacks: a refined "thrifty gene" hypothesis
(Abstract), 502
Interaction between cigarette smoking and diabetes mellitus in the prediction of death attributed to cardiovascular disease, 670
Multivariate analyses of the risk of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus for siblings of insulin-dependent diabetic patients, 315
Nonenzymatic glycosylation of proteins—a new
tool for assessment of cumulative hyperglycemia in epidemiologic studies, past and future,
169
Sex difference in the effects of sociocultural status
on diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors in
Mexican Americans: the San Antonio Heart
Study, 834
The value of the 200 mg/dl cutpoint for plasma
glucose two hours post oral glucose challenge in
screening for hyperglycemia (Abstract), 476
DIABETIC RETINOPATHY. Incidence estimates of retinopathy in Nauruan diabetics (Letters), 956
Is metabolic control as measured by glycosylated
hemoglobin associated with diabetic retinopathy? (Abstract), 476
DIARRHEA. A common-source epidemic of mixed bacterial diarrhea with secondary transmission,
743
Intervention studies and the definition of dominant transmission routes, 449
Prophylactic doxycycline for travelers' diarrhea in
Thailand: further supportive evidence of Aeromonas hydrophila as an enteric pathogen, 912
The relationship of staff to the incidence of diarrhea in day-care centers, 750
DIET. A data-based diet questionnaire for epidemiologic studies (Abstract), 465
Alternatives in the collection and analysis of food
frequency interview data, 572
Carotene, fruit and vegetables, and lung cancer
(Abstract), 499
Diet, alcohol, and blood pressure in the Western
Electric Study (Abstract), 469
Diet and blood pressure among elderly Japanese
men (Abstract), 468
SUBJECT INDEX
Diet, obesity, and risk of fatal prostate cancer, 244
Dietary associations with other etiologic factors
in cancer (Abstract), 492
Fiber and appendicitis (Abstract), 490
Reproducibility of retrospective dietary reports
(Abstract), 464
Retrospective assessment of dietary intake, 876
Re: "Comparison of self- and surrogate-reported
dietary information" (Letters), 650
The reliability of questionnaire-derived historic
dietary information and temporal stability of
food habits in individuals, 281
DETHYLSTILBESTROL. Reproductive performance in
DES-exposed daughters (Abstract), 485
DISEASE OUTBREAKS. A common-source epidemic of
mixed bacterial diarrhea with secondary transmission, 743
Pontiac fever associated with a whirlpool spa, 809
DOWN'S SYNDROME. Familial aggregation of Down's
syndrome and senile dementia of the Alzheimer
type (Abstract), 472
DOXYCYCLINE. Prophylactic doxycycline for travelers' diarrhea in Thailand: further supportive
evidence of Aeromonas hydrophila as an enteric
pathogen, 912
EDUCATION. Level of education as a correlate of
HDL-cholesterol and its subfractions: the
Beaver County experience (Abstract), 495
EDUCATION, MEDICAL. Teaching epidemiology in
medical schools: a workable model, 203
EMBOLISM. Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary
embolism in relation to oral-contraceptive use
(Abstract), 465
ENTEROTOXINS. Prophylactic doxycycline for travelers' diarrhea in Thailand: further supportive
evidence of Aeromonas hydrophila as an enteric
pathogen, 912
ENTEROVIRUS INFECTIONS. Acute hemorrhagic con-
junctivitis in Puerto Rico, 1981-1982, 395
Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, Key West,
Florida: an assessment of risk factors for introduction of illness into households and secondary
spread during the 1981 epidemic, 717
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE. Environmental and ge-
netic EDurces of familial aggregation of blood
pressure in Tecumseh, Michigan, 131
Intervention studies and the definition of dominant transmission routes, 449
EPIDEMICS. A common-source epidemic of mixed bacterial diarrhea with secondary transmission,
743
Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis, Key West,
Florida: an assessment of risk factors for introduction of illness into households and secondary
spread during the 1981 epidemic, 717
Pontiac fever associated with a whirlpool spa, 809
Sex-related differences in immunoglobulin M and
in total antibody response to hepatitis A virus
observed in two epidemics of hepatitis A, 936
963
EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS. A data-based diet questionnaire for epidemiologic studies (Abstract), 465
A statistical method to control for the healthy
worker effect in intracohort comparisons (Abstract), 465
Analysis of interobserver variation on a programmable calculator, 154
Assessment of questionnaires used for deriving
estimates of occupational exposures (Abstract),
459
Biased selection of controls for case-control analyses of cohort studies (Abstract), 503
Comparison of Waksberg random digit dialing
method with a non-cluster random digit dialing
method (Abstract), 463
Detecting space-time aggregation of rate events
(Abstract), 464
Development of referent populations for occupational studies (Abstract), 460
Epidemiologic modeling using a microcomputer
spreadsheet package, 943
Estimation of risk ratios and risk differences from
sparse follow-up data (Abstract), 465
Excluding controls: misapplications in case-control studies, 791
Exposure classification in nested case-control
studies (Abstract), 503
Interpretation of cancer trends and the collinearity of age, period and cohort effects (Abstract), 484
Intervention studies and the definition of dominant transmission routes, 449
Loglinear modeling with inexpensive computing
equipment, 777
Multiple measurements and the improvement of
estimates of exposure-disease associations (Abstract), 500
On lumping, splitting and well-rounded data
(Letter), 649
Population isolates: natural experimental phenomena of importance to human biology and
medicine (Abstract), 502
Population survey cognitive testing related to
subsequent detailed evaluation (Abstract), 480
Predicting interactions (Abstract), 464
Random digit dialing in selecting a populationbased control group, 825
Re: "A method for estimating year of birth using
Social Security number" (Letters), 649
Relating the logistic and proportional hazards
models (Abstract), 464
Reproducibility of retrospective dietary reports
(Abstract), 464
Test-retest reliability of diet and drinking estimates for pregnancy and post partum, 794
The need for quality control procedures in biological testing used in occupational epidemiology
(Abstract), 497
The problem of multiple inference in studies de-
964
SUBJECT INDEX
signed to generate hypotheses (Abstract), 603
The reliability of questionnaire-derived historic
The reliability of reproductive and work history
dietary information and temporal stability of
questionnaires (Abstract), 459
food habits in individuals, 281
The role of the case-control study in evaluating FORECASTING. The future of measles in highly imhealth interventions: vitamin supplementation
munized populations: a modeling approach, 39
and neural tube defects, 803
FORENSIC MEDICINE. The use of epidemiologic data in
Unmatched analysis of matched data: is the bias
the courts, 190
always conservative? (Abstract), 463
FORMALDEHYDE. Brain cancer and other causes of
Use of logistic regression models to determine the
death in anatomists (Abstract), 500
Case-control study on sinonasal cancer and forprobability of patient survival (Abstract), 463
maldehyde exposure based on a national data
ESCHER1CH1A COU. A common-source epidemic of
linkage system for occupation and cancer (Abmixed bacterial diarrhea with secondary transstract), 459
mission, 743
Prophylactic doxycycline for travelers' diarrhea in
Proportionate mortality study of workers exposed
Thailand: further supportive evidence of Aeroto formaldehyde in the garment industry (Abmonas hydrophila as an enteric pathogen, 912
stract), 458
ESTROGENS. A prospective study of postmenopausal
Woodstoves, formaldehyde, and respiratory dishormones and fatal and nonfatal coronary disease, 952
ease (Abstract), 489
Woodstoves, formaldehyde and upper respiratory
Cryptorchism and maternal estrogen exposure,
infections: epidemiologic study (Abstract), 473
707
GENETICS. Environmental and genetic sources of faEstrogen replacement therapy and benign breast
milial aggregation of blood pressure in Tedisease (Abstract), 461
cumseh, Michigan, 131
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation
Genetic and environmental determinants of level
to reproductive and hormonal factors, 423
of pulmonary function, 518
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation GERIATRICS. Systolic blood pressure and cancer morto reproductive and hormonal factors (Abtality in an elderly population, 550
stract), 460
GLAUCOMA, OPEN ANGLE. A retrospective study of
Ovarian function and lipid/lipoprotein levels (Abopen angle glaucoma (Abstract), 477
stract), 489
GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST. Duration and degree of
overweight, glucose tolerance and insulin rePostmenopausal estrogen use and mortality (Absponse (Abstract), 476
stract), 466
EXERCISE TEST. Coronary risk factors and exercise
The value of the 200 mg/dl cutpoint for plasma
test performance in asymptomatic hypercholesglucose two hours post oral glucose challenge in
terolemic men: application of proportional hazscreening for hyperglycemia (Abstract), 476
ards analysis, 210
HEAD INJURIES. A summary of recent findings on the
EXERCISE, PHYSICAL. Seven-day activity and self-reincidence of fatal and nonfatal head injuries in
port compared to a direct measure of physical
various US sub-populations (Abstract), 504
activity, 818
HEALTH SURVEYS. Effectiveness of various methods
The spectrum of physical activity, cardiovascular
of contact and reimbursement on response rates
disease and health: an epidemiologic perspecof pregnant women to a mail questionnaire, 161
tive, 507
Nonresponse bias and early versus all responders
EYE DISEASES. Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis,
in mail and telephone surveys, 291
Key West, Florida: an assessment of risk factors
Quality of response in different population groups
for introduction of illness into households and
in mail and telephone surveys, 302
secondary spread during the 1981 epidemic, 717 HEARING LOSS. Hearing loss in the elderly: the Framingham cohort (Abstract), 471
Childhood eye injuries: a population-based study
(Abstract), 474
HEMOGLOBLJN A, GLYCOSYLATED. IS metabolic control
as measured by glycosylated hemoglobin assoFAMILY CHARACTERISTICS. Environmental and geciated with diabetic retinopathy? (Abstract),
netic sources of familial aggregation of blood
476
pressure in Tecumseh, Michigan, 131
Overcrowding and intensive exposure as deter- HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS, VIRAL. Risk factors in dengue
shock syndrome: a prospective epidemiologic
minants of measles mortality, 49
study in Rayong, Thailand. I. The 1980 outFETAL DEATH. Re: "Perinatal mortality: standarbreak, 653
dizing for birthweight is biased" (Letters), 798
FIREARMS. The impact of firearms on health in Cal- HEPATITIS A VIRUS. Epidemiology of hepatitis A and
ifornia (Abstract), 504
B in the Shanghai area: prevalence of serum
markers, 404
FOOD HABITS. Retrospective assessment of dietary inSex-related differences in immunoglobulin M and
take, 876
SUBJECT INDEX
in total antibody response to hepatitis A virus
observed in two epidemics of hepatitis A, 936
The changing epidemiologic pattern of hepatitis
A infection in urban Greece, 703
HEPATITIS B ANTIGENS. Association of hepatitis Be
antigen and tuberculin skin .test reactivity (Abstract), 473
Transmission of hepatitis B virus among siblings,
617
HEPATITIS B VIRUS. A multivariate analysis of risk
factors for hepatitis B virus infection among
hospital employees screened for vaccination,
684
Epidemiology of hepatitis A and B in the
Shanghai area: prevalence of serum markers,
404
Immunogenicity and safety of a plasma-derived
heat-inactivated hepatitis B vaccine (CLB):
studies in volunteers at a low risk of infection
with hepatitis B virus, 694
Transmission of hepatitis B virus among siblings,
617
HERPES GENITALIS. Genital herpes and pregnancy
outcome: a population-based cohort study (Abstract), 485
HIP DISLOCATION, CONGENITAL. Simultaneous occur-
rence of clubfoot and congenital dislocation of
the hip (Abstract), 467
HIP FRACTURE. Osteoporosis and hip fractures (Abstract), 501
HISTORY OF MEDICINE. Application of a capture-recapture method (the Bernoulli census) to historical epidemiology, 626
HODGKIN'S DISEASE. School contact among persons
with Hodgkin's disease, 29
HOMICIDE. Alcohol detected in homicide victims, Los
Angeles, 1970-1979 (Abstract), 475
Television and homicide in the United States and
South Africa, 1945-1974 (Abstract), 505
The impact of firearms on health in California
(Abstract), 504
HOMOSEXUALITY. Risk factors for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): sexual orientation
and drug use (Abstract), 496
HORSE DISEASES. Case-control study of risk factors
associated with isolation of Salmonella saintpaul in hospitalized horses, 852
HOUSING. Overcrowding and intensive exposure as
determinants of measles mortality, 49
HYPERACnvrrY. Accidents in children: is hyperactive behavior a risk factor? (Abstract), 461
HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA. Coronary risk factors and
exercise test performance in asymptomatic hypercholesterolemic men: application of proportional hazards analysis, 210
HYPERGLYCEMIA. Nonenzymatic glycosylation of
proteins—a new tool for assessment of cumulative hyperglycemia in epidemiologic studies,
past and future, 169
965
HYPERTENSION. Blood pressure levels and mortality
from cerebrovascular disease in Australia and
the United States, 865
Carotid bruits in hypertensive elderly adults (Abstract), 494
Change in blood pressure and total cholesterol
with retirement, 64
Differences in the prevalence, detection and control of hypertension in a bi-ethnic community
(Abstract), 469
Influence of socioprofessional conditions on blood
pressure levels and hypertension control: epidemiologic study of 6,665 subjects in the Paris
district, 72
Physical fitness and the incidence of hypertension
(Abstract), 470
Sex and race differences in sodium-lithium countertransport and red cell sodium concentration,
537
Sudden death in the Framingham Heart Study:
differences in incidence and risk factors by sex
and coronary disease status, 888
HYPERTHYROIDISM. Cancer incidence and mortality
in hyperthyroid women (Abstract), 462
HYPERTROPHY. Sudden death in the Framingham
Heart Study: differences in incidence and risk
factors by sex and coronary disease status, 888
HLA ANTIGENS. Multivariate analyses of the risk of
insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus for siblings
of insulin-dependent diabetic patients, 315
IMMUNIZATION. A multivariate analysis of risk factors for hepatitis B virus infection among hospital employees screened for vaccination, 684
The future of measles in highly immunized populations: a modeling approach, 39
IMMUNOGLOBULINS. Sex-related differences in immunoglobulin M and in total antibody response
to hepatitis A virus observed in two epidemics
of hepatitis A, 936
IMMUNOLOGIC DISEASES. Risk factors in dengue shock
syndrome: a prospective epidemiologic study in
Rayong, Thailand. I. The 1980 outbreak, 653
INFANT MORTALITY. Infant mortality: the sum of its
parts (Abstract), 468
On sex differences in neonatal mortality (Abstract), 467
Re: "Perinatal mortality: standardizing for birthweight is biased" (Letters), 798
INFANT, SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE. Maternal risk
factors associated with delivery of small-forgestional age neonates among primiparous
women (Abstract), 485
INFECTION. The changing epidemiologic pattern of
hepatitis A infection in urban Greece, 703
INFERTILITY. Sexually transmitted diseases and infertility (Abstract), 485
INJURIES. Critical advances in the epidemiology of
injuries (Abstract), 504
INTERVIEWS. Random digit dialing in selecting a pop-
966
SUBJECT INDEX
ulation-based control group, 825
The efficacy of random digit dialing in selecting
matched controls for a case-control study of pediatric cancer, 582
JURISPRUDENCE. The use of epidemiologic data in the
courta, 190
LARYNGEAL NEOPLASMS. Laryngeal cancer and occupational exposure to sulfuric acid, 358
Lifestyle and occupational factors associated with
laryngeal cancer in coastal Texas (Abstract),
460
LEGG-PERTHES DISEASE. The age distribution of LeggPerthes disease: an analysis using Sartwell's incubation period model, 531
LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE. Pontiac fever associated
with a whirlpool spa, 809
LIFE CHANGE EVENTS. Change in blood pressure and
total cholesterol with retirement, 64
LIFE STYLE. Lifestyle and occupational factors associated with laryngeal cancer in coastal Texas
(Abstract), 460
LJPIDS. Serum ascorbic acid and lipids in elderly (Abstract), 472
Ovarian function and lipid/lipoprotein levels (Abstract), 489
LJPOPROTEINS. Sex difference in the effects of sociocultural status on diabetes and cardiovascular
risk factors in Mexican Americans: the San Antonio Heart Study, 834
LITHIUM. Sex and race differences in sodium-lithium
countertransport and red cell sodium concentration, 537
LIVER CIRRHOSIS. Drinking and mortality: The Framingham Study, 97
LONGITUDINAL STUDIES. 50 years of the Fels Longitudinal Study (Abstract), 502
Recruitment and participation of children in a
long-term study of cardiovascular disease: The
Bogalusa Heart Study, 1973-1982, 436
LUNG NEOPLASMS. Cadmium and lung cancer (Abstract), 482
Carotene, fruit and vegetables, and lung cancer
(Abstract), 499
Dietary vitamin A and lung cancer risk: an analysis by histologic subtypes, 769
Lung cancer and vitamin A supplementation (Abstract), 491
Occupation, industry and lung cancer risk in New
Mexico males (Abstract), 494
Passive smoking and lung cancer (Abstract), 482
The relationship between asbestos exposure and
lung cancer cell type (Abstract), 459
Trends of lung cancer mortality in Italy in relation to consumption of tobacco products, 257
Vitamins A and E and lung cancer (Abstract), 491
LUNG VOLUME MEASUREMENTS. Selection effects of re-
peatability criteria applied to lung spirometry,
734
LYME ARTHRITIS. A focus of Lyme disease in Mon-
mouth County, New Jersey, 387
LYMPHOMA. Burkitt's and other non-Hodgkin's lymphomas in adults exposed to a visitor from Africa (Abstract), 499
School contact among persons with Hodgkin's disease, 29
LYSOGENY. Lysogenicity and prophage type of the
strains of Vibrio cholerae O-l isolated mainly
from the natural environment, 759
MAMMOGRAPHY. Case-control study of high risk
mammographic patterns in postmenopausal
women (Abstract), 463
MASS SCREENING. Recruitment and participation of
children in a long-term study of cardiovascular
disease: The Bogalusa Heart Study, 1973-1982,
436
MEASLES. Overcrowding and intensive exposure as
determinants of measles mortality, 49
The future of measles in highly immunized populations: a modeling approach, 39
MELANOMA. The influence of health care on the incidence of melanoma at Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory (Abstract), 461
MENOPAUSE. Reproductive history in women with
coronary heart disease: a case-control study,
108
MENSTRUATION. Pattern of menstrual cycles and incidence of congenital malformations (Abstract),
486
MENTAL DISORDERS. Application of a capture-recapture method (the Bernoulli census) to historical
epidemiology, 626
MENTAL RETARDATION. Adjustment to community
life in adulthood of individuals labelled as
mildly retarded in their childhood (Abstract),
481
METANEPHRINE. Biochemical screening for pheochromocytoma: superiority of urinary metanephrines measurements, 788
METHICILLIN. Epidemiology of nosocomial methicillin resistant S. aurew (Abstract), 473
MODELS (THEORETICAL). Intervention studies and the
definition of dominant transmission routes, 449
The age distribution of Legg-Perthes disease: an
analysis using Sartwell's incubation period
model, 531
MORTALITY. Brain cancer and other causes of death
in anatomists (Abstract), 500
Criteria for selection of decedent versus living
controls in a mortality case-control study, 635
Drinking and mortality: The Framingham Study,
97
Event, incidence and case fatality rates of cerebrovascular disease in Auckland, New Zealand,
236
Major determinants of premature mortality in
middle-aged urban males. Alcohol-related
deaths and degree of participation in a preventive population program against alcohol and its
SUBJECT INDEX
complications, 265
Trends of lung cancer mortality in Italy in relation to consumption of tobacco products, 257
MULTIPHASIC SCREENING. Alcoholic beverage consumption and breast cancer Incidence, 676
MULTIPLE MYELOMA. Aggregation of cancer in families of multiple myeloma cases (Abstract), 483
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. Higher than expected prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Northern Colorado
(Abstract), 493
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION. Cigarette smoking and
myocardial infarction in women (Abstract), 487
Coffee consumption and myocardial infarction
(Abstract), 487
Long-term effect of vasectomy on the risk of myocardial infarction (Abstract), 489
Trends in coronary heart disease event rates in
New Zealand, 225
NEOPLASMS. Acculturation and cancer incidence
among Japanese-American men (Abstract), 489
Association between serum selenium and the risk
of cancer, 342
Cancer incidence and mortality in hyperthyroid
women (Abstract), 462
Childhood cancer incidence in twins (Abstract),
483
Cholesterol, vitamins A and E, and their possible
role in the alcohol/cancer association (Abstract),
495
Dietary associations with other etiologic factors
in cancer (Abstract), 492
Health hazard associated with work exposure to
antineoplastic drugs (Abstract), 494
Interpretation of cancer trends and the collinearity of age, period and cohort effects (Abstract), 484
Ionizing radiation and carcinogenic risk (Abstract), 462
Laryngeal cancer and occupational exposure to
Bulfuric acid, 358
Psychosocial consequences of childhood cancer
survival (Abstract), 480
Serum vitamins and the risk of cancer (Abstract),
490
Systolic blood pressure and cancer mortality in an
elderly population, 550
NEURAL TUBE DEFECTS. Investigation of a cluster of
anencephaly and spina bifida, 559
The role of the case-control study in evaluating
health interventions: vitamin supplementation
and neural tube defects, 803
NEUROBLASTOMA. Neuroblastoma: a case-comparison analysis of birth characteristics (Abstract),
483
NEUROFIBRILS. A descriptive study of neuritic
plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in an autopsy population, 331
NOISE. Influence of socioprofessional conditions on
blood pressure levels and hypertension control:
967
epidemiologic study of 6,665 subjects in the
Paris district, 72
NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS. Case-control study of risk
factors associated with isolation of Salmonella
saintpaul in hospitalized horses, 852
Epidemiology of nosocomial methicillin resistant
S. aureus (Abstract), 473
NUTRITION. Alcohol consumption and nutritional in-
take of US adults (Abstract), 496
Blood pressure and nutrition in adults: The National Health and Nutrition Examination
Survey, 17
Nutritional status at conception and effects of dietary supplementation during pregnancy (Abstract), 484
OBESITY. Diet, obesity, and risk of fatal prostate
cancer, 244
Dietary measures of physical activity, 900
Effects of acculturation and socioeconomic status
on obesity and glucose tolerance in Mexican
American men and women (Abstract), 494
Obesity and weight change in breast cancer: a
case-control study (Abstract), 462
OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES. A case-control study of
bladder cancer risk among truck drivers (Abstract), 460
A logistic analysis of occupational amputation
and non-amputation finger injuries (Abstract),
495
A multivariate analysis of risk factors for hepatitis B virus infection among hospital employees
screened for vaccination, 684
A statistical method to control for the healthy
worker effect in intracohort comparisons (Abstract), 465
Assessment of questionnaires used for deriving
estimates of occupational exposures (Abstract),
459
Brain cancer and other causes of death in anatomists (Abstract), 500
Case-control study on sinonasal cancer and formaldehyde exposure based on a national data
linkage system for occupation and cancer (Abstract), 459
Control for smoking in occupational cohort mortality studies (Abstract), 458
Development of referent populations for occupational studies (Abstract), 460
Epidemiology of musculoskeletal injuries in the
workplace (Abstract), 504
Exposure classification in nested case-control
studies (Abstract), 503
Health effects of video display terminals in relation to work environment and job task characteristics (Abstract), 479
Health hazard associated with work exposure to
antineoplastic drugs (Abstract), 494
Influence of socioprofessional conditions on blood
pressure levels and hypertension control: epi-
968
SUBJECT INDEX
demiologic study of 6,666 subjects in the Paris
district, 72
Laryngeal cancer and occupational exposure to
sulfuric acid, 358
Lifestyle and occupational factors associated with
laryngeal cancer in coastal Texas (Abstract),
460
Occupation and bladder cancer in rural New England (Abstract), 458
Occupation, industry and lung cancer risk in New
Mexico males (Abstract), 494
Occupational carpal tunnel syndrome in an Oregon neurology practice (Abstract), 493
Occupational exposure to high demand/low control work and coronary heart disease incidence
in the Framingham cohort (Abstract), 481
Occupational stress, suppressed anger, and hypertension: The Pittsburgh Noise-Hypertension
Project (Abstract), 479
Proportionate mortality study of workers exposed
to formaldehyde in the garment industry (Abstract), 458
Prospective monitoring of semen quality in chemical workers (Abstract), 492
The influence of health care on the incidence of
melanoma at Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory (Abstract), 461
The relationshp between asbestos exposure and
lung cancer cell type (Abstract), 459
The reliability of reproductive and work history
questionnaires (Abstract), 459
OscnxOMETRY. A device for the automatic measurement of blood pressure in epidemiologic studies,
542
OSTEOPOROSIS. Osteoporosis and hip fractures (Abstract), 501
OVARY. Ovarian function and lipid/lipoprotein levels
(Abstract), 489
PARANASAL SINUS NEOPLASMS. Case-control study on
sinonasal cancer and formaldehyde exposure
based on a national data linkage system for occupation and cancer (Abstract), 459
PATIENT COMPLIANCE. Influence of socioprofessional
conditions on blood pressure levels and hypertension control: epidemiologic study of 6,665
subjects in the Paris district, 72
PERITONITIS. Peritonitis in continuous ambulatory
peritoneal disalyses—what are the risk factors?
(Abstract), 493
PERSONNEL, HOSPITAL. A multivariate analysis of
risk factors for hepatitis B virus infection
among hospital employees screened for vaccination, 684
PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA. Biochemical screening for
pheochromocytoma: superiority of urinary metanephrines measurements, 788
PHYSICAL FITNESS. Measurement of physical activity
in older populations (Abstract), 471
Physical fitness and the incidence of hypertension
(Abstract), 470
The spectrum of physical activity, cardiovascular
disease and health: an epidemiologic perspective, 507
POVERTY. Poverty and health: a prospective study of
Oakland, California residents (Abstract), 480
PREGNANCY. Delayed childbearing in Sweden (Abstract), 486
Early pregnancy detection in a population of
healthy women (Abstract), 493
Genital herpes and pregnancy outcome: a population-based cohort study (Abstract), 485
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation
to reproductive and hormonal factors, 423
Nutritional status at conception and effects of dietary supplementation during pregnancy (Abstract), 484
Pyloric stenosis and maternal bendectin exposure,
251
Reproductive history in women with coronary
heart disease: a case-control study, 108
PREMENSTRUAL SYMPTOMS. Epidemiology of premen-
strual symptoms (Abstract), 486
PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES. Major determinants of
premature mortality in middle-aged urban
males. Alcohol-related deaths and degree of
participation in a preventive population program against alcohol and its complications, 265
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE. Epidemiology-based curric-
ulum in clinical preventive medicine (Abstract),
498
Preventive medicine in older individuals (Abstract), 501
PROOESTINS. Cryptorchism and maternal estrogen
exposure, 707
PROLACTIN. Cigarette smoking and plasma prolactin
levels in women (Abstract), 490
PROSTATIC NEOPLASMS. Diet, obesity, and risk of fatal
prostate cancer, 244
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS. Population survey cognitive
testing related to subsequent detailed evaluation (Abstract), 480
Use of the Mental Function Index in older adults:
reliability, validity, and measurement of
change over time, 922
PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL. Psychosocial consequences of
childhood cancer survival (Abstract), 480
PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS. Depression, illness
and social support in elderly outpatients (Abstract), 479
PYLORIC STENOSIS. Pyloric stenosis and maternal
bendectin exposure, 251
QUALITY CONTROL. The need for quality control procedures in biological testing used in occupational epidemiology (Abstract), 497
QUESTIONNAIRES. Alternatives in the collection and
analysis of food frequency interview data, 572
Effectiveness of various methods of contact and
reimbursement on response rates of pregnant
women to a mail questionnaire, 161
Nonresponse bias and early versus all responders
SUBJECT INDEX
969
Case-control study of risk factors associated with
isolation of Salmonella saintpaul in hospitalized
horses, 852
SARCOIDOSIS. A case-control study of sarcoidosis: possible risk factors (Abstract), 478
SARCOMA, KAPOSI'S. Kaposi's sarcoma in the United
States and Puerto Rico, 1973-1981 (Abstract),
473
SELENIUM. Association between serum selenium and
the risk of cancer, 342
SEMEN. Prospective monitoring of semen quality in
chemical workers (Abstract), 492
SMGELLA. A common-source epidemic of mixed bacterial diarrhea with secondary transmission,
743
SKIN NEOPLASMS. Age-period-cohort analysis and
malignant melanoma of the skin (Abstract), 484
The determinants of actinic skin damage: problems of confounding among environmental and
constitutional variables, 414
REGRESSION ANALYSIS. Multivariate analyses of the
risk of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus for SMOKING. Cigarette smoking and fibrocystic breast
siblings of insulin-dependent diabetic patients,
disease (Abstract), 491
315
Cigarette smoking and myocardiaJ infarction in
women (Abstract), 487
REPRODUCTION. A decline in the quality of vital staCigarette smoking and plasma prolactin levels in
tistics data: evidence and implications for reproductive research (Abstract), 496
women (Abstract), 490
Control for smoking in occupational cohort morReproductive history in women with coronary
tality studies (Abstract), 458
heart disease: a case-control study, 108
Interaction between cigarette smoking and diaReproductive performance in DES-exposed
betes mellitus in the prediction of death attribdaughters (Abstract), 485
uted to cardiovascular disease, 670
Risk factors for pathologically confirmed benign
Interaction of aromatic amines and smoking in
breast disease, 115
bladder cancer—preliminary findings (AbRESPIRATORY FUNCTION TEST. Genetic and environstract), 482
mental determinants of level of pulmonary
function, 518
Spouse concordance of smoking patterns: the Minnesota Heart Survey, 608
RESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASE. Genetic-epidemiologic
Sudden death in the Framingham Heart Study:
heterogeneity in chronic obstructive pulmonary
differences in incidence and risk factors by sex
disease (COPD) (Abstract), 478
and coronary disease status, 888
Woodstoves, formaldehyde and upper respiratory
The struggle for the Report of the Advisory Cominfections: an epidemiologic study (Abstract),
mittee to the Surgeon General on Smoking and
473
Health and its aftermath (Abstract), 505
Woodstoves, formaldehyde, and respiratory disTrends of lung cancer mortality in Italy in relaease, 952
tion to consumption of tobacco products, 257
RETIREMENT. Change in blood pressure and total
SMOKING, PASSIVE. Cumulative passive exposure to
cholesterol with retirement, 64
cigarette smoking and cancer risk (Abstract),
RETROSPECTIVE STUDIES. Criteria for selection of de482
cedent versus living controls in a mortality
Passive smoking and lung cancer (Abstract), 482
case-control study, 635
SOCIAL SECURITY. Re: "A method for estimating year
Retrospective assessment of dietary intake, 876
of birth using Social Security number" (LetThe efficacy of random digit dialing in selecting
ters), 649
matched controls for a case-control study of pediatric cancer, 582
SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS. Effects of acculturation
and socioeconomic status on obesity and glucose
The role of the case-control study in evaluating
tolerance in Mexican American men and
health interventions: vitamin supplementation
women (Abstract), 494
and neural tube defects, 803
SALIVARY GLAND NEOPLASMS. Salivary gland cancer
Influence of socioprofessional conditions on blood
pressure levels and hypertension control: epia case-comparison analysis (Abstract), 483
demiologic study of 6,665 subjects in the Paris
SALMONELLA. A common-source epidemic of mixed
district, 72
bacterial diarrhea with secondary transmission,
Sex difference in the effects of sociocultural status
743
in mail and telephone surveys, 291
Quality of response in different population groups
in mail and telephone surveys, 302
Retrospective assessment of dietary intake, 876
Re: "Comparison of self- and surrogate-reported
dietary information"' (Letters), 650
The reliability of questionnaire-derived historic
dietary information and temporal stability of
food habits in individuals, 281
RADIATION. A retrospective cohort study of therapeutic radiation exposure and mortality (Abstract), 466
Distribution of thyroid abnormalities in a community exposed to gamma radiation from a uranium waste site (Abstract), 498
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation
to reproductive and hormonal factors, 423
RADIATION, IONIZING. Ionizing radiation and carcinogenic risk (Abstract), 462
970
SUBJECT INDEX
on diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors in
Mexican Americans: the San Antonio Heart
Study, 834
SODIUM. Sex and race differences in sodium-lithium
countertransport and red cell sodium concentration, 537
SPACE-TIME CLUSTERING. School contact among persons with Hodgkin's disease, 29
SPERMATOCIDAL AGENTS. Adverse effects of periconceptional spennicide use (Abstract), 498
SPINA BIFIDA. Investigation of a cluster of anencephaly and spina bifida, 559
women in relation to reproductive and hormonal factors, 423
Incidence of thyroid cancer in women in relation
to reproductive and hormonal factors (Abstract), 460
TICK INFESTATIONS. A focus of Lyme disease in Monmouth County, New Jersey, 387
Toxic SHOCK SYNDROME. The secular trend of diagnosed and undiagnosed toxic shock syndrome
(Abstract), 474
TRACE ELEMENTS. Association between serum selenium and the risk of cancer, 342
SPINAL CORD INJURIES. The long-term health conse-
TUBERCULIN TEST. Association of hepatitis Be an-
quences of traumatic spinal cord injury (Abtigen and tuberculin skin test reactivity (Abstract), 475
stract), 473
Traumatic spinal cord injury in Olmsted County, TWINS. Childhood cancer incidence in twins (AbMinnesota, 1935-1981 (Abstract), 475
stract), 483
SPIROCHETE INFECTIONS. A focus of Lyme disease in
Risk factors for benign breast disease: a case-conMonmouth County, New Jersey, 387
trol study of discordant twins, 565
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. Epidemiology of noso- ULTRAVIOLET RAYS. The determinants of actinic skin
comial methicillin resistant S. aureus (Abdamage: problems of confounding among envistract), 473
ronmental and constitutional variables, 414
STATISTICS. A counterexample to the test-based prin- URANIUM. Distribution of thyroid abnormalities in a
ciple of setting confidence limits, 4
community exposed to gamma radiation from a
Application of a capture-recapture method (the
uranium waste site (Abstract), 498
Bernoulli census) to historical epidemiology, VACCINES. Immunogenicity and safety of a plasma626
derived heat-inactivated hepatitis B vaccine
Breast cancer screening data in case-control
(CLB): studies in volunteers at a low risk of instudies, 8
fection with hepatitis B virus, 694
Criteria for selection of decedent versus living VASECTOMY. Long-term effect of vasectomy on the
controls in a mortality case-control study, 635
risk of myocardial infarction (Abstract), 489
Sample sizes for estimation of the odds ratio in VENEREAL DISEASES. Sexually transmitted diseases
unmatched case-control studies, 145
and infertility (Abstract), 485
The Mantel-Haenszel estimator in case-control VIBRIO CHOLERAS. Lysogenicity and prophage type of
studies with varying numbers of controls
the strains of Vibrio cholerae 0-1 isolated
matched to each case, 1
mainly from the natural environment, 759
STOMACH NEOPLASMS. Drinking and mortality: The VITAL STATISTICS. A decline in the quality of vital
Framingham Study, 97
statistics data: evidence and implications for reSUBSTANCE ABUSE. Risk factors for acquired immuproductive research (Abstract), 496
nodeficiency syndrome (AIDS): sexual orienta- VITAMINS. Alternatives in the collection and analtion and drug use (Abstract), 496
ysis of food frequency interview data, 572
SuLFURIC ACIDS. Laryngeal cancer and occupational
Cholesterol, vitamins A and E, and their possible
exposure to sulfuric acid, 358
role in the alcohol/cancer association (Abstract),
SUNBURN. The determinants of actinic skin damage:
495
problems of confounding among environmental
Dietary vitamin A and lung cancer risk: an analand constitutional variables, 414
ysis by histologic subtypes, 769
TELEPHONE. Random digit dialing in selecting a popLung cancer and vitamin A supplementation (Abulation-based control group, 825
stract), 491
The efficacy of random digit dialing in selecting
Serum vitamins and the risk of cancer (Abstract),
matched controls for a case-control study of pe490
diatric cancer, 582
The role of the case-control study in evaluating
TELEVISION. Television and homicide in the United
health interventions: vitamin supplementation
States and South Africa, 1945-1974 (Abstract),
and neural tube defects, 803
505
Vitamins A and E and lung cancer (Abstract), 491
THYROID DISEASES. Distribution of thyroid abnor- WATER SUPPLY. Drinking water source and risk of
malities in a community exposed to gamma rabladder cancer (Abstract), 490
diation from a uranium waste site (Abstract),
Intervention studies and the definition of domi498
nant transmission routes, 449
THYROID NEOPLASMS. Incidence of thyroid cancer in
AUTHOR INDEX
Aaby, Peter, 49
Adams, Lucile L., 507
Ahandrik, Sompop, 653
Aim6, Francoise, 72
Albanes, D., 491
Aldrich, T., 464
Alfthan, Georg, 342
Allen, J., 496
Allen, N., 475
Altekruse, E., 482
Alter, M., 472
Altman, R., 490
Amsel, Jonathan, 358
Anderson, A., 488
Anderson, D., 499
Annegers, J., 472; 478; 504
Annegers, John F., 108
Archer, M., 464
Armstrong, B. K., 414
Armstrong, B., 503
Armstrong, M., 468
Aselton, Pamela, 251
Asher, D., 472
Aubert, Denis, 302
Austin, D., 463; 490
Austin, M., 487
Aviad, Y., 481
Avrunin, J., 463
Babbar, R., 460
Bailey, Raymond E., 395
Bain, C, 461; 489
Baird, H., 477
Baker, D., 479
Baker, S. J., 743
Barancik, J., 497
Barboriak, J., 488; 496
Barker, D. J. P., 531
Barker, W., 498
Baron, J., 490
Barrett-Connor, E., 466
Barrett-Connor, Elizabeth, 550;
670
Bates, D., 922
Bates, M., 495
Batsakis, J., 483
Baum, H., 471; 493
Bawol, R, 487
Bawol, Richard D., 676
Beaglehole, Robert, 225; 236
Beard, C, 466
Beard, C. Mary, 108; 707
Beaumont, J., 458; 460
Becker, Dorothy J., 315
Begg, Colin B., 328
Bennett, J. E., 123
Benson, R, 466
Benson, Ralph C , 707
Berendes, H., 468; 486; 498
Berenson, Gerald S.( 436
Berg, K., 467
Berger, A., 493
Berkowitz, G., 486; 491
Berkowitz, Gertrud S., 87
Berman, M., 470
Bernard, Kenneth W., 717
Berra, K., 818
Bertolucci, D., 474
Bhat, P., 743
Bickerstaff, Linda K., 379
Biggar, R., 473
Byur, P., 481
Black, M., 475
Black Sandier, R., 500
Blacklow, Neil R., 912
Blade, L., 458
Blair, A., 500
Blair, S., 470
Block, G., 465
Block, Gladys, 650
Bodhidatta, Premthavi, 912
Boice, J., 462; 483
Bond, G., 503
Bonita, Ruth, 225; 236
Borowitz, M., 499
Boas6, Raymond, 64
Boteler, D., 493
Bourguet, C, 483
Bowen, G. Stephen, 387
Boyle, C, 461; 486
Boyle, P., 463
Brackbill, R., 495
Brandenburg, N., 472
Bremner, W. Fraser, 210
Brender, J., 490
Brenes, G., 475
Brenes, Gilbert, 507
Brenner, J., 470
Bresnitz, E., 478
Brinton, L., 461
Brinton, Louise A., 825
Briscoe, John, 449
Brody, J., 501
Bromberg, J., 474
Bross, Irwin D., 167
Brown, L., 460
Browne, M., 461
Bryan, Hope, 210
Buffler, P., 460; 482
Buhl-Auth, Joanne, 592
Bukh, Jette, 49
971
Bulbrook, R., 490
Burks, J., 493
Bush, T., 489
Butler, W., 467
Byers, Tim, 769
Cahill, John I., 825
Calkins, B., 498
Calle, Eugenia E., 635
Camacho-Dickey, T., 480
Campbell, R, 474
Campbell, Sally, 291; 302
Cantor, K., 490
Carpenter, Tim E., 943
Carraher, M., 477
Casas-Benabe, Rene, 395
Casey, K., 818
Cauley, J., 471; 500
Cavender, Druie E., 315
Centerwall, B., 505
Chakraborty, R., 478
Chambliss, L., 489
Chance, J. M., 922
Chatterjee, B., 497
Chen, H., 493
Chentow, Stephen J., 251
Cherry, Kenneth J., 379
Child, M., 490
Choi, Warren, 244
Christian, C, 474
Coffey, T., 818
Cohen, B., 478
Cohen, H., 483
Colditz, G., 489
Cole, Philip, 29
Cole Johnson, C , 483
Collins, E., 467
Combs-Orme, T., 496
Comeaux, P., 469
Comstock, G., 491
Conroy, C , 475
Cook, Timothy, 507
Cookfair, D., 460
Cooper, D., 462
Cooper, K., 470
Cooper, L., 468
Cooper, Richard S., 537
Cornwell, S., 499
Correa, P., 482
Cottdngton, E., 479
Cowan, L., 489
Craven, Donald E., 684
Cresci, Alberto, 257
Criqui, M., 466
Croft, Janet B., 436
Cruess, D., 473
972
Crumpacker, Clyde, 684
Cupples, L., 488
Cupples, L. Adrienne, 888
Curb, D., 492
Curb, J., 469
Dai, W., 494; 495
Daigle, Anne, 164
Dalager, N., 482
Daling, J., 460; 485
Doling, Janet R., 423
D'Amato, Constance J., 331
D'Antonio, J., 495
Davanipour, Z., 472
David, R., 467; 496
Davidson, L., 481
Davis, Ardis K., 161
Davis, F., 462
Dearwater, S., 475
Dearwater, Stephen, 507
Decarli, Adriano, 115
Dees, P. J., 694
Degoulet, Patrice, 72
Deinhardt, Friedrich, 404
de Jong-van Manen, S. Th., 694
del Junco, D., 478
Dellenbaugh, C , 479
DeLong, E., 483
Delp, L., 479
Del Po, M., 480
Delaell, E., 483
Dewar, R., 503
Diamond, E., 477
Dienstag, Jules L., 684
Dischinger, P., 470
Doll, R., 498
Donahue, R, 495
Dresser, C , 465
Dubin, Neil, 8
Dufour, M., 474
Duncan, Bruce B., 169
DuPont, Herbert L., 750
Dutt, J., 485
Ebersold, M., 475
Echeverria, Peter, 912
Eisen, Ellen A., 734
Ekerdt, David J., 64
Elkins, E., 471
Elliott, L., 458
Ellish, N., 493
Ellison, R Curtis, 542
Epstein, David M., 559
Erickson, G., 500
Etkind, Paul, 809
Evans, D., 480; 501
Evans, P. R., 414
Everson, R, 482
Ferencz, C , 470
Fife, D., 475; 497
AUTHOR INDEX
Filos, S., 922
Fink, N., 459
Fireman, B., 461
Flamant, Robert, 350
Flannery, J., 483
Fleiss, Joseph L., 1
Flores, G., 503
Forman, M., 486
Fouriaud, Christiane, 72
Fox, K., 478; 492
Fox, M., 488
Foy, Hjordis M., 649
France8chi, Silvia, 115
Franco, L., 469; 494
Franco, Laercio J., 834
Franklin, G., 493
Frankowski, R., 504
Fraser, Gary E., 225
Fraumeni, J., 473; 499
Fredman, L, 471
Friedman, G. D., 565
Friedman, G., 468; 487
Fuchs, Z., 476
Fuster, Valentin, 108
Gail, M., 503
Gajdusek, D., 472
Gallagher, S., 474
Gallus, Guiseppe, 115
Gamble, Walter J., 542
Gannon, J., 465
Gardner, L., 465
Garfinkel, L., 492
Garland, C, 466; 498
Garland, F., 498
Garruto, R., 478; 502
George, W., 463
Geser, A., 281
Gibbons, L., 470
Gillum, Richard F., 608
Glynn, Robert J., 64
Goedert, J., 473
Gold, E., 477
Goldberg, M., 503
Goldenberg, Ira S., 87
Goldman, M., 462
Goodman, M., 487
Goodman, R., 475
Goodyear, N., 470
Gordon, David J., 210
Gordon, Tavia, 97
Grady, George F., 684
Graham, Saxon, 769
Greaves, Ian A., 734
Green, Manfred S., 329
Greenberg, Bernard G., 167
Greene, M., 473
Greene, Y., 497
Greenland, S., 465
Greenland, Sander, 4
Gridley, G., 499
Griffin, M., 475
Gruchow, H., 488; 496; 497
Grufferman, S., 483; 499
Grufferman, Seymour, 203
Gullen, W., 482
Gunn, Robert A., 717
Gurgin, V., 463
Gutensohn, Nancy, 29
Haan, M., 480
Hadjimichael, O., 461
Hadziyannis, Stephanos, 936
Haerer, A., 499
Haffiier, S., 469; 494
Haffiier, Steven M., 834
Halkin, H., 476
Hall, Andrew J., 531
Halperin, W., 458; 482
Halpin, T., 474
Halstead, Scott B., 653
Hamman, R., 493
Handke, J., 497
Hanis, Nancy M., 358
Hankin, J., 468
Hardy, A., 496
Harlan, William R., 17
Harley, E., 498
Harris, John A., 559
Hartge, P., 490
Hartge, Patricia, 791; 825
Hartman, A., 465
Hartz, S., 472
Harvey, E., 483
Haekell, W. L., 818
Hatch, M., 499
Hatch, Milford H., 395; 717
Hatzakis, Angelos, 936
Hauser, W., 504
Hawthorne, V., 464
Hayashi, Jun, 617
Hayashida, Kazuo, 617
Hayne, Charles, 387
Haynes, B., 499
Haynes, S., 471; 481; 488
Hazuda, H., 469; 494
Hazuda, Helen P., 834
Hearey, Charles D., 559
Hebert, P., 485
Heeren, T., 488
Heeren, Tim, 888
Heilbrun, L., 490
Heiss, G., 489
Heiss, Gerardo, 169
Helmrich, S., 462; 465; 466;
487; 489
Hemminki, Kari, 370
Hemstreet, G., 482
AUTHOR INDEX
Hennekens, C, 461; 489
Herrmann, Nira, 358
Hertzberg, V., 494
ffiatt, R., 461
Hiatt, Robert A., 676
Hicks, Samuel P., 331
Higgins, Millicent W., 131
Hill, Catherine, 350
Hinton, Patricia C , 131
Hird, David W., 852
Hislop, T. G., 273
Hoar, S., 458
Hochberg, M., 477
Hofbauer, C , 499
HofF, C , 485
Hofiman, Richard E., 190
Hoffinann, R., 488
Holford, T., 484; 491
Holford, Theodore R., 87
Hollier, Larry H., 379
Holman, C. D. J., 164; 414
Holmes, S., 496
Holtzhauer, F., 474
Horn, D., 495
Honeyman, M., 483
Hood, Bertdl, 265
Hoover, R., 458; 461; 490; 499
Hoover, Robert N., 825
Horm, J., 473
Homey, Louise F., 727
Hu, Mengdong, 404
Hughes, S., 481
Hull, Alan L., 17
Hulley, S., 487
Humble, Charles G., 572; 651
Hunter, Judith R., 251
Huttunen, Jussi K., 342
Iaflaldano, R., 818
Ikemateu, Hideyuki, 617
Insull, William, 210
Inui, T., 479
Israel, H., 478
Jackson, Rodney, 225
Jacob, R., 472
Jacobs, David R., Jr., 608; 900
Jacobs, R., 474
Jacques, P., 472
Jacquinet-Salord, Marie
Christine, 72
Jaen, C, 460
Jason, C , 493
Jatanasen, Sujarti, 653
Jensen, O., 459
Jensen, O. M0ller, 281
Jick, Hershel, 251
Kaji, Masaro, 617
Kajiyama, Wataru, 617
Kalapothaki, Victoria, 703
Kannel, W., 488
Kannel, William B., 97; 888
Kapadia, C. R., 743
Kaplan, G., 480
Karasik, A., 476
Karon, John M., 210
Kashiwagi, Seizaburo, 617
Kasl, S., 480
Kaufinan, D., 462; 465; 466;
487; 489
Kautx, J., 492
Keenlyside, R., 458
Keller, Jacob B., 131
Kelsey, J., 462; 486; 491; 501;
504
Kelsey, Jennifer L., 87
Kessel, S., 468
Key, C , 490
Khaw, Kay-Tee, 550
Khoury, M., 478
Kimm, Sue Y. S., 203
King, H., 476
King, Hilary, 956
King, M. C, 565
King, M., 487
Klatsky, A., 468
Klein, B., 476
Klein, R., 476
Kleinman, Joel C, 798
Kline, J., 499
Knowler, W., 477
Koepsell, T., 463; 479; 490
Koepsell, Thomas D., 777
Kohout, F., 471
Kokmen, E., 472; 499
Kolonel, L., 505
KoltB, R., 475
Konchak, L., 474
Kramar, Andrew, 350
Kramer, A., 467
Kramer, C , 497
Kramer, Shira, 582
Krantz, Peter, 265
Kraus, J., 475; 504
Kremastinou, Jenny, 703
Kristal, A., 484
Kukull, W., 479
Kuller, L., 479; 494; 495; 498;
501
Kuller, Lewis H., 315
Kupper, Lawrence L., 358; 643
Kurland, L., 472; 475
Kurosaki, T. T., 922
Kwa, H., 490
Kwong-Chung, K. J., 123
Kyyronen, Pentti, 370
Labarthe, D., 487
LaCroix, A., 481; 488
973
Lamphiear, D., 464
Landia, J. Richard, 17; 331
Lang, Thierry, 72
Langford, H., 469
LaPorte, R., 471; 475; 495; 500
LaPorte, Ronald E., 315; 507
Laprugne, Jacqueline, 72
Larkin, Frances A., 17
La Rosa, Francesco, 257
La Vecchia, Carlo, 115
Le, Monique G., 350
Leeder, Stephen R., 865
Lelie, P. N., 694
LeMarchand, L., 505
Lemasters, G., 459
Lemen, R, 482
Lemeshow, S., 463
Lemke, J., 471
Lemp, George F., 750
Leon, Arthur S., 210
Lerchen, M., 494
Lesko, S., 462; 466
Levin, A., 462
Levy, David L., 39
Lewitter, F. I., 518
Liberati, Alessandro, 115
Lie, J. T., 379
Lieberman, L., 502
Lilienfeld, A., 498
Lindbohm, Marja-Liisa, 370
Lipnick, R., 461
Lisse, Ida Maria, 49
Little, Ruth E., 161; 794
LiVolsi, V., 491
LiVolsi, Virginia A., 87
London, W., 473
Longfield, J., 473
Longini, Ira M., Jr., 131
Louik, C , 462
Loya, F., 475
Lubin, F., 462
Lubin, J., 503
Lubin, Jay H., 791
Luepker, Russell V., 608
Lumsden, G. J., 414
Lusky, A., 476
Lustbader, E., 473
MacMahon, Stephen W., 865
Maile, Maria C, 203
Maiman, Lois A., 608
Main, Jeanine, 72
Malin, H., 474
Malison, Michael D., 717
Maloof, F., 462
Mann, Sue L., 794
Manu, Peter, 788
Marcuse, M., 490
Marrett, L., 490
974
Martin, M., 477
Marvin, K., 499
Mason, T., 460; 482; 490; 491;
499
Mastrandrea, Vito, 257
Matanoski, G., 459
Matanoski, Genevieve M., 650
Mathan, V. I., 743
Matthews, K., 479
Mausner, Judith S., 358
McEwan, J., 463
McFarland, Albert, 912
McGandy, R., 472
McGee, D., 468
McGlynn, K., 473
McGue, M., 518
McMahan, C , 476
McNamara, P., 471
McTiernan, A., 460
McTiernan, Anne M., 423
Meadows, Anna T., 582
MeigB, J., 461
Meigs, W., 480
Meinhardt, Kenneth, 592
Meirik, O., 486
Melton, m , L., 466
Melton, HI, L. Joseph, 379; 707
Mendeloff, A., 498
Menkes, M., 491
Mercy, J., 475
Merino, Maria J., 87
Metch, B., 485
Mettlin, Curtis, 769
Metzner, H., 464
Michalek, A., 460
Michenzi, E., 497
Miller, D., 462; 465; 466
Miller, F. DeWolfe, 331
Mills, J., 498
Mills, James L., 803
Modan, B., 481
Modan, M., 476; 481
Moll, Patricia P., 131
Monk, M., 498
Monson, R., 462
Morelock, Suzette, 888
Morin, N., 477
Morris, M., 471
Morse, L., 484
Moscicki, E., 471
Moss, S., 476
Mulvihill, J., 480
Munger, R., 502
Mufloz, Alvaro, 684
Muftoz, Leda, 650
Munoz-Jim6nez, Ramon 395
Murphy, P., 498
Myers, M., 480; 490
AUTHOR INDEX
Narayana, A., 490
Nash, Barbara, 684
Neaton, J., 469
Nelson, L., 493
Nelson, V., 463
Neugebauer, Richard, 626
Neutra, Raymond R., 559
Newell, G., 483
Nichaman, M., 469
Noller, K., 466
Noller, Kenneth L., 707
Nomura, A., 490; 505
Nomura, Hideyuki, 617
North, J. D. K., 236
Novick, Lloyd F., 809
Nugent, R., 498
O'Connor, Theresa Z., 87
OTallon, W. Michael, 379; 707
OTallon, W., 466; 475
O'Neill, Robert T., 145
Odenheimer, D. J., 565
Oeconomos, Jacqueline, 72
Okimoto, J., 479
Olsen, J., 459
Opitz, J., 475
Orchard, T., 495
Orchard, Trevor J., 315
Orciari, Lillian A., 809
Ort, Sharon, 87
Ostrow, David, 537
Ouellet-Hellstrom, Rita, 684
Overstreet, J., 492
Pagano, J., 499
Pairolero, Peter C , 379
Papiernik, E., 486
Pappaioanou, Marguerite, 852
Para 7.7i ni, Fabio, 115
Parker, Frank C , 436
Parkin, William E., 387
Parsells, J., 487
Pasternack, Bernard S., 8
Pastides, H., 463
Paul, O., 469
Perera, David R , 251
Perkins, C, 492
Petersson, Bo, 265
Pettit, D., 477
Pfeffer, R. I., 922
Phalente, Jeanine, 72
Phanthumachinda, Boonluan,
653
Phillips, Roland L., 244
Pickering, Larry K., 750
Pickle, L., 460; 482
Plato, C , 478; 492
Platt, Richard, 684
Podgor, Marvin J., 957
Polk, B. Frank, 684
Portocarrero, C, 498
Potter, John D., 876
Prades, Alice, 72
Pressel, S., 469
Probstfield, Jeffrey L., 210
Puska, Pekka, 342
Raab-Traub, N., 499
Radford, T., 498
Ramirez-Ramirez, Rainier, 395
Raper, L., 476
Reed, D., 468; 492
Reed, G., 498
Reerink-Brongers, E. E., 694
Reesink, H. W., 694
Reeve, G., 458
Regallo, Michela, 115
Reyes, E., 485
Reynolds, P., 489
Rhoads, George G., 803
Richardson, Lesley, 302
Ridgway, E., 462
Ringen, K., 482
Robins, J., 465; 503
Robins, James M., 734
Robins, L., 496
Robison, Leslie L., 164
Roche, A., 502
Rodriguez-Bigas, Miguel, 395
Rohan, Thomas E., 876
Rojanasuphot, Suntharee, 653
Ron, E., 466
Rosa, F., 484
Roscoe, R., 460
Rosenberg, L., 462; 465; 466;
487; 489
Rosenqvist, A., 281
Rosenthal, Jeanne F., 825
Rosenthal, M., 469; 476; 494
Rosenthal, Marc, 834
Rosner, B., 489
Rothman, Kenneth J., 251
Roush, G., 484
Rowe, Bernard, 912
Rubenstein, Carl, 210
Ruder, A., 462
Runge, Lome A., 788
Rush, D., 481
Rush, D., 484
Russell, Ian T., 800
Russell, R., 472
Sack, R. Bradley, 912
Salitul, Viraj, 653
Salkeld, R., 490
Salonen, Jukka T., 342
Samet, J., 494
Samet, Jonathan M., 572; 651
Samuels, S., 492
Sanderson, L., 495
AUTHOR INDEX
Sandier, D., 482
Sandier, R., 471
Sangkawibha, Nadhirat, 653
Sartwell, Philip E., 168
Savage, Daniel D., 507
Schairer, C, 461
Schatzkin, A., 488
Schatzkin, Arthur, 888
Scheid, Regine, 404
Scheller, J., 496
Schenker, M., 492
Schenzle, Dieter, 404
Scherr, Paul A., 29
Schmeltz, R., 498
Schmouder, Robert L., 17
Schnorr, T., 482
Schoenberg, B., 472; 499
Schoenberg, J., 499
Schulte, P., 482
Schulze, Terry L., 387
Schuraan, L., 505
Schwartz, D., 486
Schwartz, Leonard, 210
Schwartzbaum, J., 484
Schwingl, P., 489
Schymura, M., 484
Segreto, V., 467
Selmon, M., 464
Seltser, Raymond, 650
Sempos, Christopher, 537
Shapiro, S., 462; 465; 466; 487;
489
Sharpe, Norman, 225
Shaw, M., 484
Sheffield, L. Thomas, 210
Shekelle, R., 469
Sherman, K., 485
Shields, R., 463
Shimodori, Shoichi, 759
Shingu, Toshimitsu, 617
Shipler, C. P., 565
Shitrit, A., 476
Shortridge, L., 494
Shulan, M., 471
Siegel, J., 479
Siegelaub, A., 468
Siemiatycki, J., 503
Siemiatycki, Jack, 291; 302
Silverman, D., 490
Sinks, T., 464
Skipper, Betty E., 572; 651
Skovron, M., 467
Slemenda, C, 500
Smith, A., 458; 482
Smith, Bradford P., 852
Smith, J., 475
Smits, Arjon J., 49
Snowdon; D., 480
Snowdon, David A., 244
Snydman, David R., 684
Sobel, E., 472
Sommer, A., 477
Sopko, George, 900
Soskolne, Colin L., 358
Sparrow, David, 64
Speizer, F. E., 518
Speizer, F., 461; 489
Spira, A., 486
Spira, N., 486
Spitalny, Kenneth C, 809
Spitz, M., 483
Stamler, Jeremiah, 537
Stampfer, M., 461; 489
Starr, T., 464
Stayner, L., 458
Steenland, K., 458
Stegman, M., 493
Stein, Z., 467; 499
Stellman, Jeanne S., 358
Stellman, S., 492
Stemhagen, A., 482; 491; 499
Stemmermann, G., 490
Stephens, M., 473
Stern, M., 469; 476; 494
Stem, Michael P., 834
Stevens, M., 477
Stewart, Alistair, 225
Stewart, W., 459
Stock, L., 474
Stolley, P., 478
Stroup, N., 500
Suarez, L., 466
Suarez, Lucina, 670
Sullivan, J., 490
Sullivan, Peggy S., 750
Sumbureru, D., 480
Sutton, K., 494
Swain, B., 463
Swan, S., 486
Swanson, G., 490
Swanson, Mya, 769
Syme, S., 489
Taft, Dudley S., 542
Tager, I. B., 518
Takade, Akemi, 759
Takeya, Kenji, 759
Talbott, E., 479; 498
Taylor, C. B., 818
Taylor, Henry L., 900
Taylor, J., 470
Taylor, P., 491
Teret, S., 504
Teta, J., 480
Third, Jane, 210
Thode, Jr., H., 497
Thomas, D., 490; 503
975
Thomas, T., 460
Thompson, D., 462; 493
Thompson, F., 464
Thompson, Frances E., 17
Thompson, W., 500
Threlfall, W. J., 273
Thun, M., 482
Tishler, P. V., 518
Tobin, J., 492
Tockman, M., 478
Tognoni, Gianni, 115
Tonascia, J., 459
Townsend, T., 473
Trapido, E., 461
Trell, Erik, 265
Trevisan, Maurizio, 537
Trichopoulos, Dimitrios, 703
TBU, V., 485
Tuthill, R., 473
Tuthill, Robert W., 952
Tyroler, H., 488
Uhl, Charles N., 794
Ury, Hans K., 569
Usatin, Marc S., 559
Valanis, B., 494
Van Peenen, Hubert J., 379
Vega, William, 592
Vena, John, 769
Venters, Maurine H., 608
Viriyapongse, Sukho, 653
Vogt, Richard L., 809
Vuilleumier, J., 490
Wacholder, S., 495
Wagener, Diane K., 315
Wahrendorf, J., 281
Waksberg, Joseph, 825
Wallace, R., 471; 489
Walsh, P., 463
Wang, D., 490
Warburton, D., 499
Ward, Elizabeth M., 582
Warheit, George, 592
Waterman, Stephen H., 395
Wax, Y., 462
Way, A., 501
Webber, Larry S., 436
Weed, D., 464
Wegman, David H., 734
Weiss, K., 478
Weiss, N., 460; 490
Weiss, Noel S., 423
Wentworth, D., 469
Werner, Barbara G., 684
Wertelecki, W., 485
West, D., 490
White, A., 488
White, Colin, 87
White, Mary C , 717
976
Whitehouse, G., 463
Wyesinghe, Sunethra, 650
Wilcox, A., 482
Wilcox, Allen J., 649; 727; 800
Willett, W., 461; 489
Wilson, P., 470
Wingard, D., 466
Wintemute, G., 504
AUTHOR INDEX
Witherell, Linden E., 809
Wolf, M., 485
Woodward, William E., 750
Woolridge, J., 463
Worthington-Roberts, Bonnie,
794
Wynder, E., 487
Yano, K., 468; 492
Zansky, S., 485
Zeighami, Elaine A., 358
Ziegler, R., 482; 491; 499
Zimmet, P., 476
Zimmet, Paul, 956
Zunzunegui, M. V., 565