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BACKGROUND: In utero exposure to carbimazole for maternal hyperthyroidism has been reported to cause choanal atresia. There are case reports of patent vitello‐intestinal duct and Meckel's diverticulum in similar association. CASE: We report another such instance of an infant who was exposed to...
BACKGROUND: A cleft of the lip with or without the palate (CLP) is a frequent congenital malformation with a heterogeneous etiology, for which folic acid supplementation has a protective effect. To gain more insight into the molecular pathways affected by natural folate, we examined gene...
BACKGROUND: In 1998, fortification of a large variety of cereal products with folic acid became mandatory in Canada. A multicentric study was carried out to assess the impact of this policy on the frequency of NTDs. The present analysis focused on spina bifida. METHODS: The study population...
BACKGROUND: Cleft lip with or without cleft palate (CLP) and cleft palate only (CPO) have an inherited component and, many studies suggest, a relationship with folate. Attempts to find folate‐related genes associated with clefts have, however, often been inconclusive. This study examined four...
BACKGROUND: Anorectal malformations (congenital absence of the anal opening) are among the most common pediatric surgical problems and carry a significant chronic morbidity. METHODS: Direct sequencing was used to screen 88 anorectal malformations patients for mutations and polymorphisms in SHH...
BACKGROUND: Although valproic acid (VPA) is used extensively for treating various kinds of epilepsy, it causes hepatotoxicity and teratogenicity. In an attempt to develop a more potent and safer second generation to VPA drug, the amide derivatives of the tetramethylcyclopropyl VPA analogue,...
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