NAS diagnosis results from proof of in utero
exposure and the presence of clinical withdrawal symptoms in the baby.
However, whether in utero
exposure to tobacco smoke is associated with metabolic alterations during adulthood is uncertain (Power et al.
The court noted that the parties did not dispute that second generation claimants, as a result of exposure to DES in utero
, could develop cancer as part of their normal human development and experience if they survived to puberty and became sexually active.
GSK-3 beta function is important in a variety of biological processes, and mice with the tagged protein exhibited many problems in utero
, including cleft palates and sternum defects.
These findings were surprising because DEHP is rapidly metabolized and excreted, yet the results suggest a lingering effect of in utero
exposure to DEHP on body weight and fat tissue formation.
We found that children exposed to maternal smoking in utero
had a 2.
The search found one case of a lacrimal duct obstruction and one case of an eyelid malformation in babies exposed to bupropion (Wellbutrin) in utero
We conducted a study comparing children exposed in utero
to cocaine who had been adopted by stable families, where presumably, environmental factors were normal, with biologic children of mothers from the same socioeconomic class.
355) examined the association of self-reported in utero
exposure to tobacco smoke with the prevalence of obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) among 74,023 women 14-47 years of age.
d) In this section, the term 'unborn child' means a child in utero
, and the term `child in utero
' or `child, who is in utero
' means a member of the species homo sapiens, at any stage of development, who is carried in the womb.
Another recent study reported that 52 percent of stillbirths have suboptimal growth of the baby in utero
Furthermore, the investigators "were unable to adjust for important confounders such as in utero
alcohol exposure and parental psychopathology.