S3244 Barriers to Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and What You Can Do

Sunday, October 27
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 243-245
CME credit: 1.50


Session Type: Seminar


Topic(s): Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

The neurodevelopmental effects of prenatal alcohol exposure affect up to 5% of children. Given such prevalence, why have so few children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders been diagnosed? Faculty will highlight barriers to diagnosis, steps pediatricians can take toward making a provisional diagnosis, and action steps while waiting further diagnostic assessment.

Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAP

Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut

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Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAP

Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut

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