Cognitive development in preschool children prenatally exposed to PCBs and MeHg.

@article{Stewart2003CognitiveDI,
  title={Cognitive development in preschool children prenatally exposed to PCBs and MeHg.},
  author={Paul W. Stewart and Jacqueline Reihman and Edward I Lonky and Thomas J Darvill and James Pagano},
  journal={Neurotoxicology and teratology},
  year={2003},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={11-22}
}
A number of epidemiological studies have shown predictive relationships between prenatal exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and subtle deficits in cognitive development in infancy through the preschool years [Child Dev. 56 (1985) 853; J. Pediatr. 116 (1990) 38; J. Pediatr. 134 (1999) 33; Toxicol. Lett. 102-103 (1998) 423; Neurotox. 21 (6) (2000) 1029-1038]. However, since not all studies have demonstrated these relationships (J. Pediatr. 119 (1991) 58-63), debate regarding the role of… CONTINUE READING
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