New Insights in Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
Foetal alcohol syndrome is caused due to prenatal alcohol exposure. Foetal alcohol syndrome is characterised by craniofacial abnormalities, central nervous system abnormalities and growth deficiencies. This review shall highlight various effects of alcohol on craniofacial development, epigenetics, glia, the gamma-aminobutyric system, neovascularisation and cell death in the developing foetus.
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