Periconceptual and prenatal alcohol consumption and neurodevelopment at age two and five years

Gillian M. Maher, Ali S. Khashan, Laura O’Byrne, Sinead Flanagan, Roisin M. Mortimer, Mairead Kiely, Jonathan O’B. Hourihane, Louise C. Kenny, Deirdre Murray, Fergus P.

Trajectories of brain white matter development in young children with prenatal alcohol exposure

Kar, P., Reynolds, J. E., Gibbard, W. B., McMorris, C., Tortorelli, C., & Lebel, C. (2022). Trajectories of brain white matter development in young children

High-resolution diffusion tensor imaging identifies hippocampal volume loss without diffusion changes in individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure

Solar, K.G., Treit, S. and Beaulieu, C. (2022), High-resolution diffusion tensor imaging identifies hippocampal volume loss without diffusion changes in individuals with prenatal alcohol exposure.

Prenatal alcohol exposure contributes to negative pregnancy outcomes by altering fetal vascular dynamics and placental transcriptome

Abstract Background Prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) has previously been shown to alter fetal blood flow in utero and is also associated with placental insufficiency and intrauterine growth

Touchscreen Operant Platform Paradigms Reveal Differences in Attention and Inhibition but not in Flexibility After Moderate Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and Placental Insufficiency

Introductions Prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) occurs in greater than 5% of infants in the United States, resulting in long-term neurodevelopmental deficits, cognitive impairment, and poor

Aging-Related Behavioral, Adiposity, and Glucose Impairments and Their Association following Prenatal Alcohol Exposure in the C57BL/6J Mouse

Smith, S.M.; Pjetri, E.; Friday, W.B.; Presswood, B.H.; Ricketts, D.K.; Walter, K.R.; Mooney, S.M. Aging-Related Behavioral, Adiposity, and Glucose Impairments and Their Association following Prenatal

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