The Toronto experience in diagnosing alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder: a unique profile of deficits and assets.

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BACKGROUND Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), which involves the triad of features reflecting facial dysmorphology, growth retardation and intellectual impairments, encompasses a relatively small proportion of the children affected prenatally by alcohol. Unfortunately, in the absence of facial dysmorphology, the diagnosis is difficult in the majority of children… (More)

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@article{Greenbaum2002TheTE, title={The Toronto experience in diagnosing alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder: a unique profile of deficits and assets.}, author={R B Greenbaum and Irena Nulman and Joanne Rovet and G. 215 Sapir - Koren}, journal={The Canadian journal of clinical pharmacology = Journal canadien de pharmacologie clinique}, year={2002}, volume={9 4}, pages={215-25} }