Relation of prenatal phenylalanine exposure to infant and childhood cognitive outcomes: results from the International Maternal PKU Collaborative Study.

@article{Widaman2003RelationOP,
  title={Relation of prenatal phenylalanine exposure to infant and childhood cognitive outcomes: results from the International Maternal PKU Collaborative Study.},
  author={Keith F. Widaman and Colleen G. Azen},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2003},
  volume={112 6 Pt 2},
  pages={1537-43}
}
OBJECTIVE The primary aims of this study were to model the form of the relation between prenatal exposure to phenylalanine (Phe) and measures of offspring intellectual development and to estimate the developmental relations of maternal demographic, pregnancy-related, and perinatal variables on offspring intelligence during infancy and childhood. METHODS The participants were the 413 children and their mothers from the International Maternal PKU Collaborative Study. RESULTS Results supported… CONTINUE READING

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