Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders

E. A. Jacobs, S. M. Copperman, A. Joffe, J. Kulig, C. A. McDonald, P. D. Rogers, R. Z. Shah, M. Armentano, G. M. Boyd, D. Czechowicz, R. B. Heyman, S. E. Spencer, P. R. Ziring, D. Brazdziunas, W. C. Cooley, Theodore A. Kastner, M. E. Kummer, L. Gonzalez de Pijem, R. D. Quint, E. S. RuppertA. D. Sandler, W. C. Anderson, P. Arango, C. Garner, M. McPherson, L. Michaud, M. Yeargin-Allsopp, C. Johnson, L. S M Wheeler

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Abstract

Prenatal exposure to alcohol is one of the leading preventable causes of birth defects, mental retardation, and neurodevelopmental disorders. In 1973, a cluster of birth defects resulting from prenatal alcohol exposure was recognized as a clinical entity called fetal alcohol syndrome. More recently, alcohol exposure in utero has been linked to a variety of other neurodevelopmental problems, and the terms alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder and alcohol-related birth defects have been proposed to identify infants so affected. This statement is an update of a previous statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics and reflects the current thinking about alcohol exposure in utero and the revised nosology.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)358-361
Number of pages4
JournalPediatrics
Volume106
Issue number2 I
StatePublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes

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Jacobs, E. A., Copperman, S. M., Joffe, A., Kulig, J., McDonald, C. A., Rogers, P. D., ... Wheeler, L. S. M. (2000). Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders. Pediatrics, 106(2 I), 358-361.

Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders. / Jacobs, E. A.; Copperman, S. M.; Joffe, A.; Kulig, J.; McDonald, C. A.; Rogers, P. D.; Shah, R. Z.; Armentano, M.; Boyd, G. M.; Czechowicz, D.; Heyman, R. B.; Spencer, S. E.; Ziring, P. R.; Brazdziunas, D.; Cooley, W. C.; Kastner, Theodore A.; Kummer, M. E.; Gonzalez de Pijem, L.; Quint, R. D.; Ruppert, E. S.; Sandler, A. D.; Anderson, W. C.; Arango, P.; Garner, C.; McPherson, M.; Michaud, L.; Yeargin-Allsopp, M.; Johnson, C.; Wheeler, L. S M.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 106, No. 2 I, 2000, p. 358-361.

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Jacobs, EA, Copperman, SM, Joffe, A, Kulig, J, McDonald, CA, Rogers, PD, Shah, RZ, Armentano, M, Boyd, GM, Czechowicz, D, Heyman, RB, Spencer, SE, Ziring, PR, Brazdziunas, D, Cooley, WC, Kastner, TA, Kummer, ME, Gonzalez de Pijem, L, Quint, RD, Ruppert, ES, Sandler, AD, Anderson, WC, Arango, P, Garner, C, McPherson, M, Michaud, L, Yeargin-Allsopp, M, Johnson, C & Wheeler, LSM 2000, 'Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders', Pediatrics, vol. 106, no. 2 I, pp. 358-361.
Jacobs EA, Copperman SM, Joffe A, Kulig J, McDonald CA, Rogers PD et al. Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders. Pediatrics. 2000;106(2 I):358-361.
Jacobs, E. A. ; Copperman, S. M. ; Joffe, A. ; Kulig, J. ; McDonald, C. A. ; Rogers, P. D. ; Shah, R. Z. ; Armentano, M. ; Boyd, G. M. ; Czechowicz, D. ; Heyman, R. B. ; Spencer, S. E. ; Ziring, P. R. ; Brazdziunas, D. ; Cooley, W. C. ; Kastner, Theodore A. ; Kummer, M. E. ; Gonzalez de Pijem, L. ; Quint, R. D. ; Ruppert, E. S. ; Sandler, A. D. ; Anderson, W. C. ; Arango, P. ; Garner, C. ; McPherson, M. ; Michaud, L. ; Yeargin-Allsopp, M. ; Johnson, C. ; Wheeler, L. S M. / Fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders. In: Pediatrics. 2000 ; Vol. 106, No. 2 I. pp. 358-361.
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