Explaining Contemporary Patterns of Cannabis Teratology

@inproceedings{Reece2019ExplainingCP,
  title={Explaining Contemporary Patterns of Cannabis Teratology},
  author={A. Reece and G. Hulse},
  year={2019}
}
Cannabis has been shown to be teratogenic in cells, animals and humans. Particular targets of prenatal exposure include brain, heart and blood vessels and chromosomal segregation. Three longitudinal clinical studies report concerning cortical dysfunction persisting into adolescence and beyond, which are pertinent to the autism epidemic. Increased rates of congenital heart defects, gastroschisis, anencephaly and others have been reported. The pattern of neuroteratology seen after cannabis… Expand
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