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1984. Melanokeratosis from arsenic contaminated tubewell water. Indian J. , 29 (4), 37–46. , 1995a. Chronic arsenical dermatoses from tubewell water in West Bengal (India) in eighties. , p. 36. , 1995b. Post Conference Report; Experts’ Opinions, Recommendations and Future Planning for Groundwater Problem of West Bengal, School of Environmental Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India, pp. 93– 95. , 1995c. Chronic arsenical dermatoses from tube-well water in West Bengal during 1983–87. Indian J.
However, the research should be comprehensive drawing samples from all types of tube-well sources without bias. More operational research is needed to recommend appropriate arsenic removal techniques at the small community and household levels. Research may be focused on those techniques, which are already approved by other countries. However, research to develop innovative and locally appropriate technologies should also be considered. As non-symptomatic cases as well as non-exposed cohorts using non-contaminated tube-wells sharing the same aquifer showed high concentrations of arsenic in hair, nails or both, a carefully designed cohort study should be conducted to determine the relative risk of chronic arsenic exposure.
4. District-wide arsenic contamination level In total, about 14,932 samples were tested (Fig. 1 and Table 1) by different agencies in 20 Terai districts as of May 2002 (Shrestha and Maskey, 2002, Tandukar, 2001, Personal communication with DWSS, RWSSSP and NEWAH, 2002). More than 90% of the samples were tested in the ENPHO laboratory, Kathmandu. The samples were analyzed through Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer by using the Continuous Hydride Figure 1. Extent of arsenic contaminated sample throughout the Terai districts.
Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects V. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects, July 14–18, 2002, San Diego, California by Willard R. Chappell, Charles O. Abernathy, Rebecca L. Calderon and David J. Thomas (Eds.)