Fetal Alcohol Syndrome HDFS 3113

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome HDFS 3113 - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome...

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome FASD Nomenclature FASD FAS Partial FAS ARND ARBD FAE* *term utilized in research settings, but replaced by ARND in clinical settings Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Incidence Comparison (US data) Down syndrome…….…….1/800 births Cleft lip+/-palate………….1/800 births Spina bifida………………. .1/1000 births Fetal alcohol syndrome…. .1-3/1000 births* ~8800 U.S. babies with FAS per year Many more with alcohol induced problems Effects can happen throughout intrauterine development Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Diagnosis CDC criteria* (2004) All 3 facial abnormalities Smooth philtrum (groove above the upper lip) Thin vermillion (upper lip) Palpebral fissures (short eye openings) Growth deficits CNS or neurobehavioral disorders Rule out other possible diagnoses Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Limb abnormalities Crease differences Cardiac Small genitalia Ocular
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course HDFS 3113 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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