FASD in a Midwestern City: Child Characteristics, Maternal Risk Traits, and Prevalence
“This city displayed the lowest prevalence of FASD of the four sites. Nevertheless, FASD were common, and affected children demonstrated a common, recognizable and measurable array of traits… Neurobehavioral tests distinguished children with FASD from controls, more for behavioral problems than cognitive delay. Children with ARND demonstrated the poorest neurobehavioral indicators.”
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