New perspectives on the face in fetal alcohol syndrome: what anthropometry tells us.

@article{Moore2002NewPO,
  title={New perspectives on the face in fetal alcohol syndrome: what anthropometry tells us.},
  author={Elizabeth S. Moore and Richard Edmund Ward and Paul L. Jamison and Colleen A. Morris and Patricia I. Bader and Bryan D Hall},
  journal={American journal of medical genetics},
  year={2002},
  volume={109 4},
  pages={
          249-60
        }
}
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) refers to the adverse effects to the fetus from prenatal exposure to alcohol. Originally, the diagnosis of FAS was given only to those individuals that were the most severely affected. Since that time, it has become apparent that the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure are broad-based, and those individuals diagnosed with FAS represent the severe end of the continuum in their phenotypic expression. This study utilized 21 craniofacial anthropometric measurements on… CONTINUE READING

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