With fetal alcohol syndrome
having prolonged effects that last throughout life, management of these secondary disabilities can improve quality of life.
Methods for surveillance of fetal alcohol syndrome
: the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Surveillance Network II (FASSNetll)--Arizona, Colorado, New York, 2009-2014.
Was the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Recognized by Greeks and Romans?
Understanding the Occurrence of Secondary Disabilities in Clients with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
(FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE).
A multiple-level, comprehensive approach to the prevention of fetal alcohol syndrome
(FAS) and other alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD).
Unique facial features distinguish fetal alcohol syndrome
patients and controls in diverse ethnic populations.
Fetal alcohol syndrome
and alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorders.
Some of the prevention or intervention programs that employed these measures reported some success in reducing the prevalence of maternal drinking during pregnancy and fetal alcohol syndrome
(Astley, 2004) and in increasing public knowledge and awareness of FAS (Hankin, 2002; Livey & Castro, 2001; Ryan & Ferguson, 2006; Walker, Darling, Sherman, Wybrecht, & Kyndely, 2005).
Incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome
and prevalence of alcohol-related neurodevelopment disorder.
The Family Empowerment Network (FEN) was founded in 1992 to address the concerns of families who were struggling to find services for their children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
and related effects.
And finally Benny, 15, an African-American boy who weighed 2 pounds at birth and suffered from fetal alcohol syndrome
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
(FAS) is caused by alcohol consumption by an expectant mother.