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BACKGROUND Published cases suggest that the use of angiotensin II receptor antagonists is fetotoxic during the third trimester, but not in early pregnancy. CASE: We report a case in which the adverse fetal effect of angiotensin II receptor antagonist treatment was reversed. A woman with chronic...
BACKGROUND Case‐control studies have suggested that the nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP) may have a protective effect against specific malformations. These suggestions have been interpreted as if the lack of NVP may put mothers at an increased teratogenic risk. METHODS A prospective,...
BACKGROUND Oxidative stress is critical to the teratogenic effects of diabetic pregnancy, yet the specific biochemical pathways responsible for oxidative stress have not been fully elucidated. The hexosamine pathway is activated in many tissues during diabetes and could contribute to oxidative...
BACKGROUND Severe anomalies of the forebrain together with radial limb anomalies have been reported in Steinfeld syndrome, XK aprosencephaly, and partial monosomy 13q. Steinfeld syndrome is an extremely variable autosomal dominant condition that, in severe cases, is characterized by...
Background Holoprosencephaly (HPE) is one of the most common developmental disorders of the brain associated with specific craniofacial dysmorphogenesis. Although numerous postnatal cases have been reported, early phases of its pathogenesis are not well understood. We examined over 200 cases of...
BACKGROUND Clonazepam (Klonopin) is a benzodiazepine that has been used widely to treat seizures and conditions such as panic attacks and anxiety disorder. However, the current findings about its use in pregnancy are derived from limited studies of small sample size. Because it is commonly...
BACKGROUND Neural tube defects (NTDs) are the second most common birth defects, after congenital heart defects. Telomerase, the reverse transcriptase that maintains telomere DNA, has been shown to be important for neural tube development and bilateral symmetry in the brain. In knockout mice null...
Background Sibutramine is a drug used for the medical treatment of obesity. No data are available on sibutramine use in pregnancy. We report the fetal outcomes of two pregnant women exposed to sibutramine. Cases The first woman was exposed to 10 mg/day of sibutramine during gestational weeks...
BACKGROUND Nonsyndromic cleft lip with or without cleft palate, CL(P), is a common human birth defect with a complex unknown genetic cause. The mouse model is the “A/∼” strains. Our previous studies mapped two loci: clf1 on Chr11 and clf2 on Chr13—with a strong genetic maternal effect on...
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