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Moreover, a significant dose-response relationship was found, such that for every 30 g of prescribed potent or very potent topical steroids, the risk of fetal growth retardation climbed by about 3%.
Thus, atherogenic milieu occurring during pregnancy persists into adulthood and fetal growth retardation is strongly associated with adult atherosclerosis.
Using the TEN system, studies have demonstrated that alcohol-induced fetal growth retardation is increased by undernutrition (Shankar et al.
L]-arginine-methyl ester (L-NAME), induces a clinical picture similar to that of preeclampsia including hypertension, fetal growth retardation, and proteinuria (Yallampalli, 1993; Salas, 1995; Diket, 1994).
Exposure in utero can cause fetal growth retardation and subtle, long-lasting neurobehavioral abnormalities related to effects in the prefrontal cortical regions of the brain.
The relative contribution of prematurity and fetal growth retardation to low birth weight in developing and developed societies.
My 15-year-old daughter also had: respiratory distress syndrome; frequent pneumonia; dysmorphic facial features; developmental delay; speech difficulty; growth delay; hair loss; pointed teeth; limited physical endurance; frequent ear infections; a high, narrow palate; and fetal growth retardation.
The work begins with a valuable discussion of the relationship between maternal nutrition and the weight of an infant at birth, which necessarily involves questions of prematurity and fetal growth retardation.