Minor congenital anomalies, major congenital malformations and development in children conceived from cryopreserved embryos.

@article{Sutcliffe1995MinorCA,
  title={Minor congenital anomalies, major congenital malformations and development in children conceived from cryopreserved embryos.},
  author={Alastair G Sutcliffe and Stephen W D'souza and J. Cadman and Becky Richards and I Mckinlay and B. A. Lieberman},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={3332-7}
}
A total of 91 children (68 singletons, 20 twins and three triplets) who were conceived from cryopreserved embryos between 27 December 1989 and 18 January 1994, and 83 normally conceived control children (81 singletons and two twins) of a similar age, sex and social class, were assessed for minor congenital anomalies and major congenital malformations. Their development was assessed using the Griffiths Scales of Mental Development. The incidence of minor congenital anomalies (31.9% in the… CONTINUE READING