Fetal Alcohol Syndrome symptomsFetal Alcohol Syndrome
Symptoms could include:
- Developmental Delay
- Mild Mental Retardation
- Craniofacial Abnormalities
- Growth retardation
- Low Birth Weights
- Short Attention Span
- Skeletal Deformity
- Small Teeth With Faulty Enamel
- Small Eyelid Openings
- Sunken Bridge of Nose
- Nose Upturned, Short
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