Child neuroanatomical, neurocognitive, and visual acuity outcomes with maternal opioid and polysubstance detoxification.

@article{Walhovd2015ChildNN,
  title={Child neuroanatomical, neurocognitive, and visual acuity outcomes with maternal opioid and polysubstance detoxification.},
  author={Kristine B. Walhovd and Astrid Bj\ornebekk and Kristin Johanne Haabrekke and Torill S. Siqveland and Kari Slinning and Egil Nygaard and Anders M. Fjell and Paulina Due-T\onnessen and A. F. Bj\ornerud and V. Moe},
  journal={Pediatric neurology},
  year={2015},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={326-32.e1-3}
}
BACKGROUND Maternal opioid and polysubstance use during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of child neurocognitive and visual problems and neuroanatomical differences. We hypothesized that, in contrast to findings from a previous study of children born to mothers not detoxified, children born to detoxified mothers would not show gross… CONTINUE READING