Although lead encephalopathy is rare, lead intoxication continues to be a significant problem in Detroit. Neuropsychological effects may occur even at low levels of lead. Since treatment of lead poisoning consists of a painful series of injections, it is imperative that more attention be given to the prevention of this disease. To confirm the magnitude of the problems, our experience with lead poisoning during a three-year period at Henry Ford Hospital's Pediatric Department is reviewed.
Warrier, Raj P.; Waisanen, Jan; Kottamasu, Sam R.; Sultana, Sayeed; Kini, K. Ratnakar; Kestenberg, William L.; Strauthers, John; and Foreback, Craig
"Childhood Lead Poisoning,"
Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal
: Vol. 33
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.henryford.com/hfhmedjournal/vol33/iss4/11