Birth Defects Research Volume 111, Issue 3, Pages 119-169

The Table of Contents for Volume 111, Issue 3 of the journal Birth Defects Research is now available. This issue contains Past President John DeSesso's Open Access paper based on his 2018 Warkany Lecture, "The arrogance of teratology: a brief chronology of attitudes throughout history." 

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REVIEW ARTICLE

The arrogance of teratology: A brief chronology of attitudes throughout history
John M. DeSesso
Published online 4 December 2018

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Special education use in elementary school by children with nonsyndromic orofacial clefts
Stephanie E. Watkins, Alexander C. Allori, Robert E. Meyer, Arthur S. Aylsworth, Jeffrey R. Marcus, and Ronald P. Strauss
Published online 5 December 2018
Prevalence rates of spina bifida in Alberta, Canada: 2001–2015. Can we achieve more prevention?
R. Brian Lowry, Tanya Bedard, Amanda J. MacFarlane, Susan Crawford, Barbara Sibbald, and B. Calypse Agborsangaya
Published online 18 December 2018
Prevalence and descriptive epidemiology of infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in the United States: A multistate, population‐
based retrospective study, 1999–2010
Renuka Kapoor, Vijaya Kancherla, Yanyan Cao, Jacob Oleson, Jonathan Suhl, Mark A Canfield, Charlotte M Druschel, Russell S Kirby, Robert E Meyer, and Paul A Romitti
Published online 13 December 2018

  

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