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Toluene embryopathy: two new cases.
  1. J H Hersh
  1. Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville, Kentucky 40202.

    Abstract

    Toluene embryopathy is characterised by microcephaly, central nervous system dysfunction, attentional deficits and hyperactivity, developmental delay with greater language deficits, minor craniofacial and limb anomalies, and variable growth deficiency. Previously, three affected children, born to women who inhaled toluene regularly throughout pregnancy, have been reported. Two more cases are described emphasising the importance of toluene as a potential human teratogen.

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