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Neurotoksyczne uszkodzenie systemu nerwowego.
Reakcja na "amplitude modulated light flicker".
Neurophysiological Effects of Flickering Light in Patients with
Perceived Electrical Hypersensitivity.
JOEM 39:1 (January 1997), pp 15-22
Monica Sanstrm, Bsc, Eugene Lyskov MD PhD, Andr Berglund,
Sviatoslav Medvedev MD PhD, Kjell Hansson Mild PhD,
An increasing number of people (in Sweden) are claiming that they are
hypersensitive to electricity.
These patients suffer from skin as well as neurological symptoms when they are
near computer monitors, fluorescent tubes, or other electrical appliances.
Provocation studies with electromagnetic fields emitted from these appliances
have, with only one exception, all been negative, indicating that there are
other factors in the office environment that can effect the autonomic and/or
central nervous system, resulting in the symptoms reported. Flickering light is
one such factor and was therefore chosen as the exposure parameter in this
Ten patients complaining of electrical hypersensitivity and the same number of
healthy voluntary control subjects were exposed to amplitude-modulated light.
The sensitivity of the brain to this type of visual stimulation was tested by
means of objective electrophysiological methods such as electroetinography and
visual evoked potential. A higher amplitude of brain cortical responses at all
frequencies of stimulation was found when comparing patients with the control
subjects, whereas no differences in retinal responses were revealed.
Kjell Hansson Mild, PhD
Box 7654, S-907
13 Ume, Sweden
To nie sa eye disorders a uszkodzenie systemu nerwowego po przez rtec!
Masz przyklad jak imbecyle uzywaja to aby wyciagac pieniadze od ludzi
wcikajac im ciemnote:
The nervous system comprises the brain, the spinal cord, and a vast array of
nerves that control major body functions. Movement, thought, vision, hearing,
speech, heart function, respiration, and numerous other physiological processes
are controlled by this complex network of nerve processes, transmitters,
hormones, receptors, and channels.
Although every major body system can be adversely affected by toxic substances,
the nervous system is particularly vulnerable to them. Unlike many other types
of cells, nerves have a limited capacity to regenerate. Also, many toxic
substances have an affinity for lipids, fat-like substances that make up about
50 percent of the dry weight of the brain, compared to 6 to 20 percent of other
organs. Many toxic substances can alter the normal activity of the nervous
system. Mercury is known as one of the most dangerous.
U.S. Department of Labor March 1989
Occupational Safety and Heath Administration Assistant Secretary
Mercury vapor report that health effects of exposure may be delayed. [USCG,
19851 Acute poisoning may result from inhalation of vapors of elemental
mercury. If poisoning occurs by inhalation of fumes of metallic mercury, the
syndrome is characterized by pneumonitis, lethargy or restlessness, fever,
tachypnea, cough, chest pain, cyanosis, diarrhea & vomiting; atelectasisd
emphysema, hemorrhage & pneumothorax often follow. Systemic effects of the
poison start within a few hours & may last for days; death may ensue. Systemic
signs of acute poisoning by elemental mercury include those referable to CNS.
The condition is characterized by metallic taste, nausea, abdominal pain,
vomiting, diarrhea, headache, & sometimes albuminuria. After few days, salivary
glands swell, stomatitis & gingivitis develop, & a dark line of mercury sulfide
forms on inflamed gums. Teeth may loosen, & ulcers may form on lips & cheeks.
In milder cases, recovery occurs within 10-14 days, but in others, poisoning of
chronic type may ensue. Some of acute cases have resulted from exposure
concentration of 1.2 to 8.5 ml Hg~cu m. [PATTY. INDUS HYG & TOX 3RD ED
Systemic signs of acute poisoning by elemental mercury include those referable
to the CNS.
As the most consistent & pronounced effects of chronic exposure to elemental
mercury vapor are on CNS, the dental mercury amalgam fillings was a suspect for
many years. Humans exposed occupationally to metallic mercury compound or Hg
amalgams had significantly increased occurrence of lymphocytic aneuploidy but
not structural chromosome aberrations relative to controls. Metallic mercury or
Hg amalgams [NAT1L RESEARCH COUNCIL CANADA; EFFECT OF MERCURY IN THE CANADIAN
ENVIRONMENT P.115 (1979) NRCC NO. 167391
Brain is critical organ in humans for chronic mercury vapor exposure; in severe
cases, spongeous degeneration of brain cortex can occur as a late sequela to
Common symptoms include depression, irritability, exaggerated response to
stimulation (erethism), excessive shyness, Insomnia, emotional instability,
forgetfulness, confusion, and vasomotor disturbances such as excessive
perspiration and uncontrolled blushing. Tremors are also common; these are
exaggerated when task is required but minimal when patient is at rest or
asleep. A fine trembling of fingers, eyelids, lips, and tongue may be
Interrupted intermittently by coarse shaking movements. Erethism and tremors
are reversible. [GOODMAN. PHARM BASIS THERAP 6TH ED 19801 Acute intoxication
from inhaling mercury vapor in high concentrations used to be common among
those who extracted mercury from its ores. The condition is characterized by
metallic taste, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and
sometimes albuminurla. After a few days, salivary glands swell, stomatitis and
gingivitis develop, and a dark line of mercury sulfide forms on Inflamed gums.
Teeth may loosen, and ulcers may form on lips and cheeks.
Exposed to mercury man developed a syndrome resembling amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis. Chronic effects of overexposure may include central nervous system
depression. Chronic effects of mercury poisoning include a buildup of the metal
in the brain, liver and kidneys. Symptoms include headache, tremors, loose
teeth, loss of appetite, blisters on the skin and impaired memory. Target
organs: eyes, skin, respiratory system, central nervous system, kidneys.
Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure identified as routes of
entry: dental amalgam, inhalation, absorption, eye contact, skin contact.