[Environmental pollutants in maternal milk and cryptorchidism].

@article{BruckerDavis2008EnvironmentalPI,
  title={[Environmental pollutants in maternal milk and cryptorchidism].},
  author={Françoise Brucker-Davis and B{\'e}atrice Ducot and Kathy Wagner-Mahler and Camille Tommasi and Patr{\'i}cia Jaguaribe Ferrari and Patricia Pacini and Mireille Boda-Buccino and A. Bongain and Pierre Azuar and Patrick F{\'e}nichel},
  journal={Gynecologie, obstetrique & fertilite},
  year={2008},
  volume={36 9},
  pages={840-7}
}
OBJECTIVE Numerous maternal lipophilic compounds are eliminated into milk during lactation, their concentrations reflecting fetal in utero exposure. Some of them are endocrine disruptors. Their role in the occurrence of genital malformation, dysfunction or cancer has been suggested. We wanted to study the exposure of our population and its potential association with cryptorchidism, as few clinical studies are available. PATIENTS AND METHODS Over three years, we screened for cryptorchidism all… CONTINUE READING

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