Children of Alcoholic Parents—Observed Anomalies: Discussion of 127 Cases

  title={Children of Alcoholic Parents—Observed Anomalies: Discussion of 127 Cases},
  author={P. Lemoine and H. Harousseau and J. P. Borteyru and J. C. Menuet},
  journal={Therapeutic Drug Monitoring},
After investigating 127 offspring of alcoholic parents (mostly mothers), we consider the role of chronic alcoholism on the offspring to be very harmful, causing the following: miscarriages, stillbirths, prematurity, growth retardation, psychosomatic alterations with very specific facial features, and malformations. 
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