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7/1/10 FIGURE 5.44 Ethanol effects on excitatory amino acid-induced ion currents in hippocampal neurons isolated from 16–17 day mouse embryos and grown in culture.
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7/1/10 Henri Cartier- Bresson Paris, 1952
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7/1/10 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Specific pattern of facial features Pre- and/or postnatal growth deficiency Evidence of central nervous system dysfunction Photo courtesy of Teresa Kellerman
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Unformatted text preview: 7/1/10 Streissguth, 1994 7/1/10 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome • Alcohol readily crosses placenta • Causes neurotoxic syndrome characterized by neurobehavioral problems (hyperactivity, learning disabilities, depression, psychosis) • Influences brain development, especially during periods of rapid neurogenesis, leading to decreased...
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