Maternal cocaine use and genitourinary tract malformations.

Abstract

A specific fetal disruption syndrome associated with maternal cocaine use has not as yet been documented. In the first 23 pregnancies evaluated in our program for chemically dependent women, one infant with prune belly syndrome and one infant with hypospadias were delivered to cocaine-using women. In the present study, all infants delivered in our program… (More)

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@article{Chasnoff1988MaternalCU, title={Maternal cocaine use and genitourinary tract malformations.}, author={Ira J Chasnoff and Gay Chisum and William E Kaplan}, journal={Teratology}, year={1988}, volume={37 3}, pages={201-4} }