Tahereh Mirjalili

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BACKGROUND Methamphetamine (MA) is one of most common illicit drugs which were reported that nearly half of MA consumers are women. MA can cross through placenta and affects pregnancy and fetus development. OBJECTIVE Our aim was to evaluate effects of injected MA on crown-rump length, head and placental circumference, body weight, histological changes and(More)
BACKGROUND Methamphetamine (MA) is a potent psychomotor stimulant with high abuse and addictive potential. MA is a neurotoxic drug which is widely abused by females of childbearing age, raising serious public health concerns in terms of exposure of the fetus to the drug. Neurotoxic effects of MA on adult are well known, such as dopaminergic nerve terminal(More)
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