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Bland P. Pre-eclampsia may raise risk of autism spectrum disorder. Practitioner March 2018;262(1813):5

Pre-eclampsia may raise risk of autism spectrum disorder

22 Mar 2018Registered users

Maternal pre-eclampsia is associated with an increased risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in offspring, a meta-analysis has found. Compared with unexposed offspring, children who were exposed to pre-eclampsia in utero were 32% more likely to develop ASD.

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