Preliminary analysis of in utero low-level arsenic exposure and fetal growth using biometric measurements extracted from fetal ultrasound reports.

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Environmental health : a global access science source, ISSN: 1476-069X, Vol: 14, Issue: 1, Page: 12

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2015
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https://digitalcommons.dartmouth.edu/facoa/801
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25971349
DOI:
10.1186/1476-069x-14-12
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PMC4429981
Author(s):
Davis, Matthew A; Higgins, John; Li, Zhigang; Gilbert-Diamond, Diane; Baker, Emily R; Das, Amar; Karagas, Margaret R
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Springer Nature
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Medicine; Environmental Science; adolescent; adult; arsenic; toxicity; birth weight; drug effects; cephalometry; cohort studies; cross-sectional studies; electronic health records; environmental exposure; female; fetal development; humans; middle aged; new hampshire; epidemiology; pregnancy; prenatal exposure delayed effects; chemically induced; ultrasonography; prenatal; young adult; Medical Specialties; Medical Toxicology; Medicine and Health Sciences; Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Early life exposure to arsenic is associated with decreased birth weight in highly exposed populations but little is known about effects of low-level arsenic exposure on growth in utero.