Follow-up study of male and female offspring of DES-treated mothers a preliminary report.

@article{Bibbo1975FollowupSO,
  title={Follow-up study of male and female offspring of DES-treated mothers a preliminary report.},
  author={Marluce Bibbo and M Al-Naqeeb and Iracema M. Baccarini and William L Gill and Marilyn Newton and K M Sleeper and R N Sonek and George L. Wied},
  journal={The Journal of reproductive medicine},
  year={1975},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={29-32}
}
This is a follow-up study of male and female offspring of mothers who were part of a double-blind placebo controlled investigation during the years 1951-1952, originally aimed at determining the usefulness of DES administration in maintaining pregnancy. So far, 84 DES-exposed females, 43 female controls, 42 DES-exposed males and 37 male controls have been examined. Circumferential ridges of the vagina and cervix were seen in 39% of the DES-exposed females but in none of the controls. Colposcopy… CONTINUE READING