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Vol. 2 #1. Specification Program, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., chapt I:1-12 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1A. Evaluation Programs, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., chapt II:13-15,18 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1B. Amalgam and Mercury, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., chapt III: 19-35 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1C. Recommended Standard practices for Biological and Clinical Evaluations, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed. Chapt XVI:160-169 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1D. Specifications for Dental Materials, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., 170-173;186-187 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1E. List of Certified Dental Materials and Devices, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., 261-274 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1F. Index to Manufacturers and Distributors of Certified and/or Classified Products, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., 275-282 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1G. Publications and Educational Material, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th ed., 283-288 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #1H. The International System of Units, ADA Guide to Dental Materials and Devices, 7th.ed., 289 (1974-1975).
Vol. 2 #2. Dental Mercury Hygiene, JADA vol. 122 (August 1991).
Vol. 2 #3. Pleva, J. PhD., Corrosion and Mercury Release from Dental Amalgam, Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine v.4, no 3:141-145;152-157 (1989).
Vol. 2 #4. Craig, R.G.,PhD., Amalgam, Restorative Dental Materials, 8th ed.:248-249 (1989).
Vol. 2 #5. Lussi, A.,, Mercury and copper release from amalgams in different soft drinks, Dental Materials, 279-281 (1990).
Vol. 2 #6. Craig, R.G., Biocompatibility of mercury derivatives, Dental Materials, v.2, no.3:91-96 (1986).
Vol. 2 #7. Okabe, T., Mercury in the structure of dental amalgam, Dental Materials, v.3,no.1:1-7 (1987).

8. Gjerdet, N.R.,, Porosity, strength, and mercury content of amalgam made by different dentists in their own practice, Dental Materials, v.1:150-153 (1985).

Vol. 2 #9. Boyer, D.B., Mercury vaporization from corroded dental amalgam., Dental materials, v.4, no.2:89-93 (1988).
Vol. 2 #10. Phillips, R.W., Skinner’s Dental Amalgam: Technical Considerations, Science of Dental Materials, 8th ed.:335-336 (1982).
Vol. 2 #11. Mann, J.,, Mercury: Health Hazards in Dentistry, NY State Dental Journal, 21-25 (June/July 1986).
Vol. 2 #12. Device for Storing, Transporting and Mixing Reactive Ingredients, Johnson & Johnson.
Vol. 2 #13. Directions for Use Tytin Whitecap Capsules.
Vol. 2 #14. Recommendations in Dental Mercury Hygiene, Australian Dental Journal, vol. 32, no.2:136-137 (1987).
Vol. 2 #14A. Guidelines for the Safe Handling of Mercury, J. Canad. Dent. Assoc., v.51, no.7 (July 1985).
Vol. 2 #15. Missing Brown, E.M., DDS, Form letter to Doctor regarding 60 Minutes report on safety of silver amalgam fillings (December 1990).
Vol. 2 #16. Recommendations in dental mercury hygiene, JADA, v.109:617-619 (October 1984).
Vol. 2 #17. Safety & Infection control in the dental office, ADA:12-13 (1990).
Vol. 2 #18. Craig, R.G., PhD.,, Amalgam, Restorative dental materials, 5th ed.:203 (1975).
Vol. 2 #19. Missing Dental Mercury Hygiene, JADA vol. 122 (August 1991).
Vol. 2 #20. Smith, R.G., Dose-Response Relationship Associated with Known Mercury Absorption at Low Dose Levels of Inorganic Mercury, Environmental Mercury Contamination: 207-222 (1972).
Vol. 2 #21. Ericson, A.,, Pregnancy outcome in women working as dentists, dental assistants or dental technicians, Occupational Environmental Health, 329-333 (1989)
Vol. 2 #22. Inorganic Mercury, Environmental Health Criteria 118-World Health Organization, 29-33;86-113 (1991).
Vol. 2 #23. Missing Ngim, C.H.,, Epidemiologic Study on the Association between Body Burden Mercury Level and Idiopathic Parkinson’s Disease, Neuroepidemiology, v8:128-141 (1989).
Vol. 2 #24. Mercury, Material Safety Data Sheet-Fisher Scientific Chemical Div. , 1-7 (1988).
Vol. 2 #25. Department of Health Services Title 26 Register 91, no. 14: 755;805-806 (1991).
Vol. 2 #26. Hahn, L.J.,, Whole-body imaging of the distribution of mercury released from dental fillings into monkey tissues, FASEB, v.4:3256-3260 (November 1990).
Vol. 2 #27. Missing Eggleston, D.W., DDS.,, Correlation of dental amalgam with mercury in brain tissue, Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry v.58 no.6,:704-707 (December 1987). Found in Vol. 25 #6
Vol. 2 #28. Vimy, M.J.,, Maternal-fetal distribution of mercury (203Hg) released from dental amalgam fillings, The American Physiological Society:R939-R945 (1990).
Vol. 2 #29. Siblerud, R.L., A Comparison of Mental Health of Multiple Sclerosis Patients with Silver/Mercury Dental Fillings and Those with Fillings Removed, Psychological Reports, v.70: 1139-1151 (1992).
Vol. 2 #30. Malmstrom, C. DDS.,, Amalgam-derived mercury in feces, Conference on Trace Elements in Health and Disease, Stockholm, (May 1992).
Vol. 2 #31. Enwonwu, C.O., Mercury Vapor in Dentistry: Critical Review of the Literature, Environmental Research, v.42:257-274 (1987).
Vol. 2 #32. Summers, A.O.,, “Silver” Dental Fillings Provoke an Increase in mercury and Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in the Mouth and Intestines of Primates, APUA Newsletter, (1991).
Vol. 2 #33. Missing Gallowy, W.D.,, Toxicity Assessment of Mercury Vapor from Dental Amalgams, Symposium Abstracts:242-246.
Vol. 2 #34. Clarkson, T.W., Mercury, Journal of the American College of Toxicology, v.8, no.7:1291 (1989).
Vol. 2 #35. Missing Thompson, C.M.,, Regional Brain Trace-Element Studies in Alzheimer’s Disease, NeuroToxicology, v.9, no.1:1-6 (1988).
Vol. 2 #36. Warren, J., Alzheimer’s may be linked to mercury, UK scientists say, Lexington Herald-Leader (1990).

37. Clarkson, T.W., PhD, Mercury-An Element of Mystery, The New England Journal of Medicine, v.323, no.16: 1137-1139 (October 1990).

Vol. 2 #38. Ellenhorn, M.J., MD,, Mercury, Medical Toxicology, 1048-1052.
Vol. 2 #39. Occupational Exposure to Inorganic Mercury, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare 1-51;69-83 (1973).
Vol. 2 #40. Missing Parmeggiani, L., Mercury, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety v.2, 3rd ed.:1332-1335 (1983).
Vol. 2 #41. Missing Summers, A.O.,, Increased Mercury Resistance in Monkey Gingival and Intestinal Bacterial Flora after Placement of Dental “Silver” Fillings, American Physiological Society Abstract Form (1990).
Vol. 2 #42. Nylander, M.,, Mercury concentrations in the human brain and kidneys in relation to exposure from dental amalgam fillings, Swed. Dent Journal., v.11:179-187 (1987).
Vol. 2 #43. Mercury, Material Safety Data Sheet, J.T. Baker Chemical Co., 1-4 (1986).
Vol. 2 #44. Warkany, J.,, Acrodynia and Mercury, The Journal of Pediatrics, v. 42:365-386 (1953).
Vol. 2 #45. Reeves, R.E., Summary of Scientific Evidence Questioning The Continued Use of Mercury as a Component of Dental Filling Material, 1-17
Vol. 2 #46. Goering, P.L.,, Symposium Overview-Toxicity Assessment of Mercury Vapor from Dental Amalgams, Fundamental and Applied Toxicology, v.19, no.3:319-329 (October 1992).
Vol. 2 #47. FDA Writ of Mandamus Petition, BIO-Probe Newsletter, v.8, issue 6:1-7 (November 1992).
Vol. 2 #48. “See-Surp” Report Conflict! Michael F. Ziff, DDS and Sam Ziff, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.9, issue 2: 1-8 (March 1993).

49. Pamphlet promoting IntraCellular Diagnostics EXA Test, IntraCellular Diagnostics (1989).

Vol. 2 #50. Pamphlet promoting EXA,Elemental X-Ray Analysis, IntraCellular Diagnostics


1. Engle, J.H., Quantitation of total mercury vapor released during dental procedures, Dent Mater v.8:176-180 (May 1992).
Vol. 3 #2. Marek, M., The Release of Mercury from Dental Amalgam: The Mechanism and in vitro Testing, Journal of Dental Research v.69 no.5:1167-1174 (May 1990).
Vol. 3 #3. Marek, M., The Effect of Tin on the corrosion Behavior of the Ag-Hg Phase of Dental Amalgam and Dissolution of Mercury, Journal of Dental Research, v.69 no.12:1786-1790 (December 1990).
Vol. 3 #4. Marek, M., The Effect of the Electrode Potential on the Release of Mercury from Dental Amalgam, Journal of Dental Research v.72, no.9:1315-1319 (September 1993).
Vol. 3 #5. Marek, M., Interactions Between Dental Amalgams and the Oral Environment, Advances in Dental Research v. 6:100-109 (September 1992).
Vol. 3 #6. Lance, C., et al., Electrode Reactions on Freshly Generated Fracture Surfaces on Dental Amalgam Abstract #733, IADR, 1-9 (1993).
Vol. 3 #7. Marek, M., Mercury Vapor Emission from Fresh Fracture Surfaces of Dental Amalgam Abstract #26, IADR, 1-6 (1994).
Vol. 3 #8. Reinhardt, J.W.,, Mercury vapor expired after restorative treatment: preliminary study, Journal of Dental Research, v.58, no 10:2005 (1979).
Vol. 3 #9. Reinhardt, J.W., et. al., Mercury vaporization during amalgam removal, Journal Prosthetic Dentistry, v.50:62-64 (1983).
Vol. 3 #6. Engelman, M.A., DDS, Mercury Allergy Resulting from Amalgam Restorations, Cases & Comments, v.66: 122-123 (January 1962).
Vol. 3 #7. Table 2: Treatment room mercury vapor level (mg/M3) during ultraspeed removal of Amalgam Restorations: Dry cutting with central vacuum evacuation. Table 3: Treatment room mercury vapor level (mg/M3) during ultraspeed removal of amalgam restorations: Water spray and central vacuum evacuation. USAF US Air Force Vol. 57 #2 March/April 1978
Vol. 3 #8. Debre, R.,, Forme quadriplegique de l’acrodynie, Societe Medicale Des Hopitaux de Paris, 1074-1081 ( June 1934).
Vol. 3 #9. Teixeira, L.C.,, Printing of mercury distribution on the surface of dental amalgams, JADA, v.81:1159-1162 (November 1970).
Vol. 3 #

10. Svare, C.W., Quantitative Measure of Mercury Vapor Emission from Setting Dental Amalgam, Journal of Dental Research, v. 52, no.4: 740-743 (August 1973).

Vol. 3 #11. Caron, G.A.,, Lymphocyte Transformation Induced by Inorganic and Organic Mercury, Int. Arch. Allergy v.37: 76-87 (1970).
Vol. 3 #12. Adverse Immune Effects of Dental Amalgam- New Evidence! Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.10, issue 6:1-8 (November 1994).
Vol. 3 #13. BIOCALEX 6/9 Directions for use 1-4.
Vol. 3 #14. Summers, A.O.,, Mercury Released from Dental “Silver” Fillings Provokes an Increases in Mercury- and Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Oral and Intestinal Floras of Primates, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, v. 37, no. 4:825-834 (April 1993).
Vol. 3 #15. Endo, T.,, Gastrointestinal Absorption of Inorganic Mercuric Compounds in Vivo and in Situ, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, v.74:223-229 (1984).
Vol. 3 #

16. Vroom, F. Q., et al., Mercury Vapour Intoxication, Brain, v.95:305-318 (1972).

Vol. 3 #17. Levine, S.P., et. al., Elemental mercury exposure: peripheral neurotoxicity, British Journal of industrial Medicine, v. 39:136-139 (1982).
Vol. 3 #18. Miller, J.M.,, Subclinical psychomotor and neuromuscular changes in workers exposed to inorganic mercury, American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 725-733 (October 1975).
Vol. 3 #19. L’Acrodynie, Diagnostic Differentie, 53-56. In French
Vol. 3 #20. Les Polyradiculonevrites Aigues Curables “Secondaires” Avec Dissociation Albumino-Cytologique.
Vol. 3 #21. Dahhan, S.S.,, Electrocardiographic Changes in Mercury Poisoning, The American Journal of Cardiology, v.14:178-183 (August 1964).
Vol. 3 #22. Ross, A.T., MD., Mercuri Polyneuropathy with Albumino-Cytologic Dissociation and Eosinophilia, JAMA:830-831 (June 1964).
Vol. 3 #23. Hirschman, S.Z., et. al., Mercury in House Paint as a Cause of Acrodynia, The New England Journal of Medicine, v.269, no. 17:889-893 (Oct 1963).
Vol. 3 #25. Marie, M.J., L’Acrodynie Paralytique Grave Avec Dissociation Albumino-Cytologique Du Liquide Rachidien, 217-231.
Vol. 3 #26. Iyer, K.,, Mercury Poisoning in a Dentist, Arch Neurol, v. 33:788-790 (November 1976).
Vol. 3 #27. Miyakawa, T.,, Experimental Organic Mercury Poisoning – Pathological Changes in Peripheral Nerves, Acta neropath.(Berl), v.15:45-55 (1970).
Vol. 3 #28. Barber, T.E., MD., Inorganic Mercury intoxication Reminiscent of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Journal of Occupational Medicine, v.20, no.10:667-669 (1978).
Vol. 3 #29. Adams, C.R.,, Mercury Intoxication Simulating Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, JAMA, v. 250, no. 5:642-643 (August 1983).
Vol. 3 #30. Albers, J.W., Neurological Abnormalities Associated with Remote Occupational Elemental Mercury Exposure, Annals of Neurology, v. 24, no.5:651-659 (November 1988).
Vol. 3 #31. Rupp, N.W., et. al., Significance to health of mercury used in dental practice: a review, JADA, v.82 1401-1407 (June 1971).
Vol. 3 #32. Levander, O.A., Nutritional factors in relation to heavy metal toxicants, Federation Proceedings, v.36, no.5:1683-1687 (April 1977).
Vol. 3 #33. Asbury, A.K.,, Assessment of Current Diagnostic Criteria for Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Annals of Neurology Supplement to v. 27:S21-S24 (1990).
Vol. 3 #34. Tolhurst, W.H., Letter to Dr. Allan H. Ropper on exposure to mercury causing Tolhurst’s polyneuropathy, (December 1994).
Vol. 3 #34A. Neurologic Consultation and Medical Reports on William Tolhurst (1991).
Vol. 3 #35. Lyttle, H.A.,, The Resistance and Adaptation of Selected Oral Bacteria to Mercury and its Impact on Their Growth, Journal of Dental Research, 1325- 1330 (1993).
Volume IV

Volume IV 1. Pleva, J., Mercury from dental amalgams: exposure and effects, International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine, v.3:1-22 (1992).

Vol. 4 #2. Gay, D.D., Chewing Releases Mercury from Fillings, The Lancet (May 1979).
Vol. 4 #3. Corrosion of Dental Amalgam, Nature, Vol. 240:304-306 (Dec 1972).
Vol. 4 #4. Pleva, J. PhD., Mercury Poisoning from Dental Amalgam, Orthomolecular Psychiatry, v.12, no.3:184-193 (1983).
Vol. 4 #5. Matthes, F. T.,, Acute Poisoning Associated with Inhalation of Mercury Vapor, Pediatrics:675-688 (October 1958).
Vol. 4 #6. Hallee, T.J., Diffuse Lung Disease Caused by Inhalation of Mercury Vapor, American Review of Respiratory Disease, v. 99:430-436 (1969).
Vol. 4 #7. Sunderman, F.W., Perils of Mercury, Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Science, v. 18, no. 2: 89-101.
Vol. 4 #8. Taskinen, H.,, A possible case of mercury-related toxicity resulting from the grinding of old amalgam restorations, Scandinavian Journal Work Environ Health, v.15:302-304 (1989).
Vol. 4 #9. Teisinger, J.,, Pulmonary Retention and Excretion of Mercury Vapors in Man, Industrial Medicine and Surgery, 580-584 (1965).
Vol. 4 #10. Kazantzis, G., The Role of Hypersensitivity and the Immune Response in Influencing Susceptibility to Metal Toxicity, Environmental Health Perspectives, v.25:111-118 (1978).
Vol. 4 #11. Feit, H., Sources of Error in the Diagnosis of Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Muscle & Nerve, v.5:111-117 (1982).
Vol. 4 #12. Hoover, A.W.,, Absorption and Excretion of Mercury in Man, Arch Environ Health, v.12:506-508 (April 1966).
Vol. 4 #13. Jacobs, M.B.,, Absorption and Excretion of Mercury in Man, Archives of Environmental Health, v.9:454-463 (October 1964).
Vol. 4 #14. Leneman, F., The Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome, Arch Internal Medicine, v. 118:139-144 (August 1966).
Vol. 4 #15. Ropper, A.H.,, Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome, 22-30, 42, 53, 57-66, 175, 212-213.
Vol. 4 #16. Stopford, W., Mercury Intoxication Among Dental Personnel, JAMA, v. 250, no. 6:822 (August 1983).
Vol. 4 #17. Kennedy, D. Suggested Accurate Informed Consent for the Children’s Amalgam Trials in New England and Casa Pia, Orphan’s School in Lisbon, Portugal 2006
Vol. 4 #18. lobner, Asrari Neurotoxicity of Dental amalgam in Mediated by Zinc J Dent Res 82(3):243-/246, 2003
Vol. 4 #19. Anger, K Neurobehavioural tests and systems to assess neurotoxic exposures in the workplace and community Occup Environ Med Vol. 60 pp.531-538 2003

20. Yoshida M Susceptibility to metallothionein-Null Mice to the Behavioral Alterations Caused by Exposure to Mercury Vapor at Human-Relevant Concentration Toxicological Sciences Vol. 80 No. 1 (2004)

Vol. 4 #21. L. Barregard Mercury from dental amalgam: looking beyond the average 6 March 2006
Vol. 4 #22. Heyer, N Chronic Low-Level Mercury Exposure, BDNF Polymorphism, and Associations with Self-Reported Symptoms and Mood Toxicological Sciences Vol. 81 pp. 354-363 (2004)
Vol. 4 #23. Mutter, J. Blood Mercury and Neurobehavior Letters JAMA Aug. 10, 2005 Vol. 294 #6

Volume 5
1. Lorscheider, F.L., ADA's Attempt to Suppress and Outlaw Mercury-Free Dentistry Backfires, Mercury-Free News, v.5, no.2:9-15 (May 1992).

Vol. 5 #2. Safranek, T.J.,, Reassessment of the Association between Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome and Receipt of Swine Influenza Vacine in 1976-1977: Results of a Two-State Study, American Journal of Epidemiology, v.133, no. 9: 940-951 (1991).
Vol. 5 #3. Cornblath, D.R.,, Motor Conduction Studies in Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome: Description and Prognostic Value, Annals of Neurology , v. 23, no. 4:354-359 (April 1988).
Vol. 5 #4. Bromberg, M.B.,, Prognosis in Long-Term Immunosuppressive Treatment of Refractory Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy, Journal Clin. Epidemiology, v.45, no.1:47-52 (1992).
Vol. 5 #5. Snapp, K.R.,, The Contribution of Dental Amalgam to Mercury in Blood, Journal Dental Research, v. 65, no. 5:780-785 (May 1989).
Vol. 5 #6. A. Abraham,, The Effect of Dental Amalgam Restorations on Blood Mercury Levels, Journal Dental Research, v. 63. no. 1:71-73 (January 1984).
Vol. 5 #7. Plasmapheresis and acute Guillain-Barre’ syndrome, Neurology, v.35:1096-1104 (August 1985).
Vol. 5 #8. Donofrio, P.D.,, Acute Arsenic Intoxication Presenting as Guillain-Barre’ like Syndrome, Muscle & Nerve, v.12: 114-120 (February 1987).
Vol. 5 #9. Cornblath, D.R.,, Conduction Block in Clinical Practice, Muscle & Nerve, v.14:869-871 (September 1991).
Vol. 5 #10. Bromberg, M.B.,, Patterns of Sensory Nerve Conduction Abnormalities in Demyelinating and Axonal Peripheral Nerve Disorders, Muscle & Nerve, v. 16:262-266 (March 1993).
Vol. 5 #11. Masi, J.V., Corrosion of Restorative Materials: The Problem and the Promise, 1-16, (April 1994).
Vol. 5 #12. Grippo, J.O.,, Role of Biodental Engineering Factors (BEF) in the Etiology of Root Caries, Journal of Esthetic Dentistry, v.3, no. 2:71-76 (March 1991).
Vol. 5 #13. Meyer, C.B., Letter to Mrs. Renee Mauser regarding suspension of Dr. Hanus dental license, (1994).
Vol. 5 #14. Restoring the Normal Balance of Gastrointestinal Microorganisms, Health Talk, v. 9, no. 1:1-8 (June 1990).
Vol. 5 #15. MRI report/lab results for Dr. William Tolhurst, 9/8/1994.
Vol. 5 #16. Bloch, P.,, Summary of the International Conference on Mercury Hazards in Dental Practice, JADA, v.104, 489-490 (April 1982).
Vol. 5 #17. Eames, W. B., Preparation and condensation of amalgam with a low mercury-alloy ratio, The Journal of the American Dental Association, v. 58:78-83 (April 1959).
Vol. 5 #18. Hazards of Asbestos in Dentistry, Reports of Councils and Bureaus, JADA, v. 92: 777-778 (April 1976).
Vol. 5 #19. Guccione, P.,, Distribution of Mercury in the Rat After Long-Term Exposure to Vapors, Journal Dental Research, v. 54, no 6:1235 (December 1975).
Vol. 5 #20. No document
Vol. 5 #21. Chan, K.C.,, Mercury Vapor Emission from Dental Amalgam, Journal Dental Research, v.51, no.2:555-559 (March 1972).
Vol. 5 #22. Nunez, T.J.,, Influence of Amalgam, Alloy and Mercury on the In Vitro Growth of Streptococcus mutans: I. Biological Test System, Journal Dental Research, v.55, no.2:257-261.
Vol. 5 #23. Mathewson, R.J.,, Influences of Clinical Factors on Marginal Adaptation and Residual Mercury Content of Amalgam, Journal Dental Research, v54, no.1:104-109 (January 1973).
Vol. 5 #24. Dental Mercury Makers Not Required to Comply with California Disclosure Rules, BNA’s Health Law Reporter, (September 1994).
Vol. 5 #25. Concentration of Hazardous Substance, Labor Code, 119-120, (1992).
Vol. 5 #26. Product Label and Material Safety Data Sheets of Dispersalloy
Vol. 5 #27. Olsson, S.,, Release of Elements due to Electrochemical Corrosion of Dental Amalgam, Journal Dental Research, v.73, no.1: 33-43 (1994).
Vol. 5 #28. BBC-TV “Panorama” Does Expose on Dental Amalgam Controversy, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.10, Issue 4:1-8 (July 1994).
Vol. 5 #29. Denton, S., The Mercury Cover-Up, Reprint from Health Consciousness Magazine, (June 1989).
Vol. 5 #30. Svare, C.W.,, Effect of Surface Treatment on the Corrodibility of Dental Amalgam, Journal Dental Research, v.51, no.1:44-46 (January 1972).
Vol. 5 #31. Jacobsen, H.,, Assessment of Microleakage Using a Conductimetric Technique, Journal Dental Research, 41-43 (January 1973).
Vol. 5 #32. Hinze, J., The Principles and Practice of Homeopathy, (1991).
Vol. 5 #33. Guillain, G.,, La forme acrodynique du syndrome de polyradiculo-nevrite avec dissociation albumino-cytologique du liquide cephalo-rachidien, Academie de Medecine, 527-533 (Mai 1941).
Vol. 5 #34. Socialstyrelsen Translation in English Stops Amalgam Use, Svenska Dagbladet, (May 1987).
Vol. 5 #35. Bundesinstitut for Drugs and Medical Products (former BGA) proposed changes in the Directives for use of amalgam. Translation in English
Vol. 5 #36. Reinhardt, J.W.,, Exhaled mercury following removal and insertion of amalgam restorations, Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, v.49, no.5:652-656 (May 1983).
Vol. 5 #37. Workshop: biocompatibility of metals in dentistry, JADA, v. 100:469-471 (September 1984).
Vol. 5 #38. The Learned Intermediary Doctrine in Prescription Drug and Device Litigation, Swartz, Campbell & Detweiler, 10-12 (1994).
Vol. 5 #39. Hanson, M., Effects of Inorganic Mercury on the Nervous System, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.5, issue 2:1-15 (March 1988).
Vol. 5 #40. Goodman and Gillman’s, Mercury, The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 8th ed. (1598-1602).
Vol. 5 #41. Overview of the Amalgam Issue, Amalgam, 28-30 (November 1985).
Vol. 5 #42. New Research – Amalgam Mercury Harms Dental Personnel, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.11, issue 1:1-8 (January 1995).

Vol. VI.
1. Kawahara, H.,, Electron Microscopic Study of the Cytotoxicity of Cadmium and Mercury in Vitro, Journal Dental Research, v. 54, no. 1:125-130 (January 1975).

Vol. 6 #2. Frykholm, K.O., Mercury from Dental Amalgam Its Toxic and Allergic Effects and Some Comments on Occupational Hygiene, Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, v.15, supplement 22 (1957).

Vol. VI3. Vimy, M.J.,, Estimation of Mercury Body Burden from Dental Amalgam: Computer Simulation of a Metabolic Compartmental Model, Journal Dental Research, v.65, no.12:1415-1419 (December 1986).

Vol. 6 #Vol. VI4. Chang, L. W.,, Mitochondrial Changes in Neurons Following Mercury Intoxication, American Association of Neuropathologists, 49th Annual Meeting (June 1973).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI5. Heintze, U.,, Methylation of mercury from dental amalgam and mercuric chloride by oral streptococci in vitro, Scand Journal Dental Research, v91, no.2:150-152 (1983).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI 6. Nagem-Filho,, Tissue reaction to dispersion alloy amalgam, Journal Prosthet Dent., v.36, no. 4: 399-403 (October 1976).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #7. Trivedi, S.C.,, The response of human gingival to restorative materials, Journal Prosthet. Dent., v. 29, no. 1:73-80 (January 1973).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #8. Cooper, G.P., Heavy Metals: Effects On Synaptic Transmission, Toxicology. V.5, no.3:247-266 (1984).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #9. Feldman, G.,, Tissue reactions to root filling materials, Odontologisk Revy, v.13, no.1:1-13 (1962).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #10. Eley, B.M., Tissue Reactions to Implanted Dental Amalgam, including Assessment by Energy Dispersive X-ray Micro-Analysis, Journal Pathology, v.138:251-269 (1982).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #11. Siblerud, R.L., The Relationship between Mercury from Dental Amalgam and Mental Health, American Journal of Psychotherapy, v.XLIII, no.4:575-587 (October 1989).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #12. Ellender, G.,, Toxic effects of dental amalgam implants. Optical histological and histochemical observations., Australian Dental Journal, v. 23, no.5:395-399 (October 1978).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #13. Siblerud, R.L., The Relationship between Mercury from Dental Amalgam and Oral Cavity Health, 6-10.
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #14. Hahn, L.J.,, Dental “silver” tooth fillings: a source of mercury exposure revealed by whole-body image scan and tissue analysis, FASEB Journal, v. 3:2642-2646 (December 1989).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #15. Nilner, K.,, Effect of dental amalgam restorations on the mercury content of nerve tissues, Acta Odontol Scand, v. 43:303-307 (1985).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #16. Albers, J.W.,, Asymptomatic sensorimotor polyneuropathy in workers exposed to elemental mercury, Neurology, v. 32:1168-1174 (October 1982).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #17. Cross, J.D.,, Methyl Mercury in Blood of Dentists, The Lancet, 312-313 (August 1978).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #18. Ellingsen, A. A.,, A neurological and neurophysiological study of chloralkali workers previously exposed to mercury vapour, Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, v. 88:427-433 (1993).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #19. Feasby, T.E., Axonal Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Muscle & Nerve, v. 17:678-679 (June 1994).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #20. Cros, D.,, There are No Neurophysiologic Features Characteristic of “Axonal” Buillian-Barre Syndrome, Muscle & Nerve, v.17:675-677 (June 1994).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #21. Yuki, N., Pathogenesis of Axonal Guillain-Barre Syndrome: Hypothesis, Muscle & Nerve, v.17:680-682 (June 1994).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #22. Hartung, H.,, Immunopathogenesis and Treatment of the Guillain-Barre Syndrome-Part I, Muscle & Nerve, v.18:137-153 (February 1995).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #23. Hartung, H.,, Immunopathogenesis and Treatment of the Guillain-Barre Syndrome-Part II, Muscle & Nerve, v.18:154-164 (February 1995).

24. Stopford, W.,, Microenvironmental exposure to mercury vapor, Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc, v. 39:378-384 (May 1978).

Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #25. Talley, R.L.,, Standards for the History, Examination, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD): A Position Paper, The Journal of Craniomandibular Practice, v.8, no1.:60-77, (January 1990).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #26. Recovery from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and From Allergy After Removal of Dental Amalgam Fillings, Dental Health Facts (May 1994).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #27. Resin Restorations, Textbook of operative dentistry, 423-431.
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #28. Scientific Response to the American Dental Association’s Special Report and Statement of Confidence in Dental Amalgam, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, 1-12. 1990
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #29. Kennedy, D.C., Dental Personnel and the “Right to Know” (March 1990).
Vol. 6 #Vol. VI #30. Burton Goldberg Biological Dentistry, Alternative Medicine the Definitive Guide, 80-96 (1993).

Vol. VI #31. Silver Amalgam & Its Alternatives, Clinical Research Associates Newsletter, v.15, issue 2 (February 1991).

Vol. VI #32. Background and Agenda for Workshop on “Methods for Detection of Health Effects from Low Level Exposure to Methyl Mercury (MeHg) and Inorganic Mercury (Hg)”, (September 1994).

Vol. VI #34. Aten, J.,, Susceptibility to the induction of either autoimmunity or immunosuppression by mercuric chloride is related to the major histocompatibility complex class II haplotype, Euro. J. Immunol., v.21:611-616 (1991).

Vol. VI #35. World Update on the Mercury Amalgam Issue, Dental & Health Facts, v. 7, no.1:1-4 (February 1994).

Vol. VI #36. Vimy, M.J., Toxic Teeth: The Chronic Mercury Poisoning of Modern Man, Chemistry & Industry, 14-17 (January 1995).

Vol. VI #37. Lorscheider, F.L.,, Evaluation of the safety issue of mercury release from dental fillings, The Faseb Journal, v.7:1432-1433 (December 1993).

Vol. VI #38. Mercury, Pamphlet from U.S. Dept. of Labor OSHA (August 1975).

Vol. VI #39. Ziff, M.F., et. al., The Myth’s and the Fact’s, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.3, issue 4:1-20 (September 1986).

Vol. VI #40. Ziff, M., et. al., Tracking the Elusive Mercury TLV, Precisely How Much Intra-Oral Mercury Vapor is Too Much?, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.3, issue 6:1-24 (December 1986).

Vol. VI #41. Ziff, M.F.,, Dietary Mercury vs Amalgam Mercury A Red Herring?, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.6, issue 1:1-12 (January 1989).

Vol. VI #42. Daily Intake of Mercury W.H.O. Scientists Disagree with Dentists, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.7, issue 3:1-8 (May 1991).

Vol. VI #43. The ADA, FDA, NIDR and the 4th Amalgam War, Bio-Probe Newsletter, v.7, issue 6:1-16 (November 1991).

Vol. VI #44. Mercury Exposure Calculation, Kapsa & Meyer Attorneys.

Bibliography VII.

Volume VII #1. To the dental patient:, ADA News, January (1984).[vol.7, no.1]

ADA’s answers to the most commonly asked questions about dental amalgam are found on this page.

Volume VII #2. Odom, J.G., Ethics and Dental Amalgam Removal, JADA, v.122:69-71 (June 1991).[vol.7, no.2]

This review article examines the issue of dental amalgam removal from an ethical perspective and offers some practical advice on how to address this problem in the dental office.

Volume VII #3. When your patients ask about mercury in amalgam, JADA, v.120:395-398 (April 1990).[vol.7, no.3]

This article refreshes ADA members on the topic of the safety of dental amalgam; it’s presented in a question and answer format that attempts to simulate the questions you may hear from your patients.

Volume VII #4. ADA Membership, JADA, v. 114 (January 1987). [vol.7, no.4]

This article discusses several key resolutions relating to dental care programs which were adopted by the 1986 House of Delegates.

Volume VII #5. Dental Amalgam, ADA pamphlet (1985). [vol., 7, no.5] W186

ADA’s responses to the most frequently asked questions about dental amalgam are printed in this brochure.

Volume VII #6. Memo from Dr. Thomas J. Ginley (ADA) on Dental Amalgam (December 1990).[vol.7, no.6]

This memo refers to the 60 Minutes segment on dental amalgam. There is an enclosed commentary from the ADA Division of Legal Affairs addressing this issue and an ADA statement on dental amalgam both of which can be used to respond to member inquiries.

Volume VII #7. Truono, E.J., DDS., Special Report [vol.7, no.7]

This six-page booklet provides information ADA member dentists can use to answer the patient questions you have been hearing or will be hearing in the days ahead. The report was developed from the best available scientific evidence, presented by some of the most knowledgeable research scientists in the fields of biomaterials, dental restoration, dental epidemiology and health care ethics. It was created in response to the “60 Minutes” program.

Volume VII #8. M.S., arthritis groups get amalgam calls, ADA News, 10 (January 1991).[vol.7, no.8]

This news article discusses the reactions of the viewers that watched the “60 Minutes” report and how the M.S. Society in Chicago and Arthritis Foundation handled the phone calls from individuals who were looking for answers.

Volume VII #9. ADA amalgam information helps field patient queries, ADA News, 8 (January 1991).[vol.7, no.9]

This news article discusses the library of materials regarding the safety or effectiveness of dental amalgam compiled by the ADA and made available to dentists. The additional efforts made by the ADA in response to the
“60 Minutes” program are listed.

Volume VII #10. Research addresses amalgam safety, ADA News, 6 (January 1991).[vol.7, no.10]

This news article reports on Dr. J. Rodway Mackert’s lecture at the ADA headquarters. He critiqued the University of Calgary study on dental amalgam’s effect on sheep and how it was flawed due to the implications for humans. The thrust of his talk dealt with disarming people’s fears about the safety of dental amalgam.
Volume VII #11. Dr. Loe: biased report ‘a disservice’, ADA News, 7 (January 1991).[vol.7, no.11]
In this news article Dr. Loe, director of the National Institute of Dental Research, analyzed the “60 Minutes” report.

Volume VII #12. Dentist barred for removing amalgam, ADA News (January 1991).[vol.7, no. 13] Baratz

This news article discusses the Iowa dentist who was charged with fraudulently treating a patient’s multiple sclerosis by removing her amalgam fillings. The dentist was barred from practicing dentistry for five years.

(Cont) Witness in Berger case responds, ADA News (January 1991).[vol.7, no.14]
This letter scripted by Dr. Robert S. Baratz was published in this journal. Dr. Baratz with the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine sent the letter to CBS-TV’s “60 minutes” on December 18, 1990. Dr. Baratz is a diplomat of the American Board of Oral Medicine and a professor in both the department of oral pathology at Tufts and the department of medicine and surgery with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Dr. Baratz presented his views as strictly his own, not necessarily those of Tufts University or the DVA.
Volume VII #13. ’60 Minutes’ report filled with errors: ADA, ADA News, (January 1991).[vol.7, no.15]
This news article discusses the six-page letter submitted by ADA President Eugene J. Truono addressed to “60 Minutes” Executive Producer Don Hewitt. The ADA letter protests that the “60 Minutes” report contained numerous inaccuracies, omitted important information and created serious misconceptions in the minds of viewers.

Volume VII #14. Questionable Care: What can be done about dental quackery?, JADA, v.115: 680-685 (November 1987). [vol. 7, no.16]

This article focuses on the nature and prevalence of quackery and health fraud, particularly as they relate to dentistry and dental care. Educators, dentists and other professionals who have devoted much of their lives to fighting quackery were interviewed.

Volume VII # 15.Lamm, O., Subclinical Effects of Exposure to Inorganic Mercury Revealed by Somatosensory-Evoked Potentials, Eur. Neurol. v.24:237-243 (1985).[vol. 7, no.17]

nerve ending conduction times at the periphery and an acceleration of the conduction from brain stem to cortex.

Volume VII #16. Arizona mercury decision “misguided’, ADA News (October 1989).[vol. 7, no.18]

This news article discusses the actions of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Pima County dental offices. The agencies shut down the dental offices until they met the required mercury levels-which amounted to a day. Greg McFarland, executive director of the Arizona State Dental Association states the agencies shut down the offices in order to demonstrate that they’re taking action. But they seem more interested in enforcing the federal requirements than they are about the validity of their testing methods.

Volume VII #17. Palmer, C., FDA panel: amalgam poses no direct hazard, ADA News, v.22, no.6:1,5 (March 1991).[vol. 7, no.19]

This news article discusses the Food and Drug Administration advisory panel’s urgent request to the agency to issue a public statement advising patients against removal of amalgam fillings.

Volume VII #18. Berry, T.G.,, Almost two centuries with amalgam: Where are we today?, JADA, v.125:392-399 (April 1994).[vol.7, no.20]

This review analyzes Amalgam and how it has provided a valuable and comparatively inexpensive service to patients for a longer time than any other restorative material. Despite the excitement surrounding the use of each new restorative material, each has a shortcoming that amalgam hasn’t.

Volume VII #19. Corbin, S.B.,, The benefits and risks of dental amalgam: Current findings reviewed, JADA, v.125:381-387 (April 1994).[vol. 7, no.21]

This article summarizes the principal findings, conclusions and recommendations from the comprehensive scientific review on dental amalgam performed by the U.S. Public Health Service. Both benefits and risks were analyzed and listed in the report.

Volume VII #20. Autoimmune Neuropathies: Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Annals of Neurology Supplement to Volume 27, S21-S24 (1990).[vol. 7, no.23]

This article defines GBS and the criteria for diagnosis as they were first published in the Annals of Neurology in 1978. Electrodiagnostic criteria are expanded and a series of comments and suggested modifications are added.

Volume VII #21. Advisory: Amalgam study, ADA, (1993).[vol.7, no.24]

This memo from the ADA Department of Professional Communications to Executive Directors, Constituent and Component Dental Societies discusses a study published on April 1, 1993 in the Journal of the American Society of Microbiology which claimed that the mercury in amalgam fillings may weaken the effectiveness of antibiotics and may jeopardize the effectiveness of the drugs to fight disease.

Volume VII #22. ADA Pamphlet on Mercury Testing Service [vol. 7, no.25]

This marketing brochure advertises a Mercury Testing Service offered by the American Dental Association to dentists and their staff.

Volume VII #23. American Dental Association, Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct, JADA, v. 117:657-661 (October 1988).[vol.7, no.26]

The purpose of the Principles and Code is to uphold and strengthen dentistry as a member of the learned professions. There are five principles listed along with corresponding codes of conduct and advisory opinions for each.
Volume VII #24. Spaeth, D., Researchers dispute mercury story, ADA News, v.25, no. 14:1,9 (August 1994). [vol. 7, no.28]
This news article cites a July 11 Reuters news service report which proclaimed “The use of mercury in dental fillings can cause brain damage not only in patients but in the dentists who handle it”. Diana Echeverria, PhD. whose research is cited in the Reuter article refutes that statement.

Volume VII #25. Langan, D.C.,, The use of mercury in dentistry: a critical review of the recent literature, JADA, v.115:867-880 (December 1987). [vol. 7, no. 29]

This report reviews recent scientific literature on the safety and use of mercury in dentistry. There is no evidence in the scientific literature that the minute amounts of mercury vapor that may be released from amalgam restorations cause mercury poisoning. Dental amalgam, which has been used extensively for more than 100 years has an exemplary record of safety and benefit to the dental patient.

Volume VII #26. Dentist accused of practicing medicine, ADA News, (June 1990).[vol.7, no.30]

This news article discusses the revocation of a dentist’s license by the New York State Dental Board. The dentist was charged with practicing medicine by removing a patient’s dental amalgam in order to cure the patient of arm and leg pain.
Volume VII #27. ’60 Minutes’ visits ADA on amalgam, ADA news, v. 21, no.21 (November 1990)[vol.7, no.31]
This news article discusses the interview of CBS-TV’s correspondent Morley Safer with ADA Fifth District Trustee Heber Simmons regarding the safety of dental amalgam.

Volume VII #28. Mercury: muddled media ahead?, JADA, v.107:856 (November 1983).[vol. 7, no.32]

This editorial discusses the multitude of public media emphasizing the dangers of dental amalgam. Roger H. Scholle assures that current evidence indicates there is no reason for an individual to have amalgam restorations removed and that, in fact, the effect of such a procedure could be detrimental to the patient’s oral health.

Volume VII #29. Memo from Thomas H. Boerschinger on adoption of statement to ADA’s Code of Ethics (June 1987).[vol. 7, no.34]

This memo from Thomas H. Boerschinger, secretary, ADA Council on Ethics, Bylaws and Judicial Affairs to Presidents, Presidents-elect and Executive Directors of Constituent Dental Societies, Executive Secretaries and Secretaries of Component Dental Societies highlights the statement and advisory opinion no. 7 which was adopted to Section 1-J of the Association’s Code by the Council on Ethics, Bylaws and Judicial Affairs.

Volume VII #30. Dental Amalgam, ADA News, 12 (September 1986).[vol.7, no.35]

This news article reviews the seminar at ADA Headquarters where Dr. Sheldon Newman, a University of Colorado researcher, discussed whether mercury from amalgam poses a toxic hazard to patients or dental personnel.

Volume VII #31. Safety of dental amalgam-an update, JADA, v.119:204-205 (July 1989).[vol.7, no.36]

This article mentions several reviews of literature on mercury and amalgam. Based on these reviews and current information, amalgam is safe for patients not allergic to mercury and the occurrence of mercury allergy is extremely rare. There is insufficient evidence to justify claims that mercury from amalgam restorations has an adverse effect on the health of the patients.

Volume VII #32. American National Standard/American Dental Association Specification No. 6 for Dental Mercury (January 1960).[vol. 7., no.37]

This is a list of requirements for the specification of mercury used in the production of dental amalgam.

Volume VII #33. Revised American Dental Association Specification No.1 for Alloy for Dental Amalgam, JADA, v.95:614 (September 1977).[vol.7, no.38]

The revised American Dental Association Specification No. 1 for Alloy for Dental Amalgam was approved by the Council on Dental Materials and Devices of the American Dental Association and is published in detail. This revision includes a modification of the chemical composition clause to permit more flexibility in composition and removal of the diametral tensile test at 15 minutes after mixing and replacing it with the one-hour compressive strength test
Volume VII #34. Addendum to American National Standards Institute/American Dental Association Specification No.1 for Alloy for Dental Amalgam, JADA, v.100 (February 1980).[vol. 7, no. 39]
The addendum to American National Standards Institute/American Dental Association Specification No. 1 for Alloy for Dental Amalgam was approved by the ADA’s Council on Dental Materials, Instruments, and Equipment. The creep limit was revised to 3%.
Volume VII #35. ADA agencies respond to House resolutions, ADA News (August 1987).[vol. 7, no.40]

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