Is exposure to cocaine or cigarette smoke during pregnancy associated with infant visual abnormalities?

@article{Hajnal2004IsET,
  title={Is exposure to cocaine or cigarette smoke during pregnancy associated with infant visual abnormalities?},
  author={Beatrice F. Latal Hajnal and D M Ferriero and John Colin Partridge and Delia A. Dempsey and William Vance Good},
  journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology},
  year={2004},
  volume={46 8},
  pages={520-5}
}
The aim of this study was to assess the association between cocaine or cigarette smoke exposure in utero and visual outcome. A total of 153 healthy infants (89 males, 64 females; gestational age range 34 to 42 weeks) were prospectively enrolled in a masked, race-matched study. Quantitative analyses of urine and meconium were used to document exposure to cigarette smoke and cocaine. Infants with exposure to other illicit drugs, excepting marijuana, were excluded. At 6 weeks of age, grating… CONTINUE READING

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