Degree of fetal growth restriction associated with schizophrenia risk in a national cohort.

@article{Eide2013DegreeOF,
  title={Degree of fetal growth restriction associated with schizophrenia risk in a national cohort.},
  author={Martha Gunn Eide and Dag Moster and Lorentz Muller Irgens and Ted Reichborn-Kjennerud and Camilla Stoltenberg and Rolv Skj{\ae}rven and Ezra Susser and Katelyn Abel},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 10},
  pages={
          2057-66
        }
}
BACKGROUND Accumulating evidence suggests that fetal growth restriction may increase risk of later schizophrenia but this issue has not been addressed directly in previous studies. We examined whether the degree of fetal growth restriction was linearly related to risk of schizophrenia, and also whether maternal pre-eclampsia, associated with both placental dysfunction and poor fetal growth, was related to risk of schizophrenia. METHOD A population-based cohort of single live births in the… CONTINUE READING
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