Ciba Foundation Symposium - Congenital Malformations by G.E.W Wolstenholme

By G.E.W Wolstenholme

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Chapter 1 Malformations in a inhabitants saw for 5 Years After delivery (pages 2–21): Thomas McKeown and R. G. Record
Chapter 2 Genetical factors of Malformation and the hunt for his or her Origins (pages 22–31): L. S. Penrose
Chapter three Chromosomal Abnormality and Congenital Malformation (pages 32–50): C. E. Ford
Chapter four Environmental elements in Causation of Congenital Anomalies (pages 51–77): T. H. Ingalls
Chapter five Teratogenig results of Tumour?Inhibiting chemical compounds within the Foetal Rat (pages 78–114): M. Lois Murphy
Chapter 6 The Teratogenic motion of the Antibiotic Actinomycin D (pages 115–133): H. Tuchmann?Duplessis and L. Mercier?Parot
Chapter 7 Teratogenig results of Pteroylglutamic Acid Deficiency within the Rat (pages 134–157): Marjorie M. Nelson
Chapter eight The amendment of the job of sure brokers Exerting a Deleterious impact at the improvement of the Mammalian Embryo (pages 158–177): D. H. M. Woollam and J. W. Millen
Chapter nine Congenital Runts (pages 178–198): Anne McLaren and Donald Michie
Chapter 10 reasons and Morphogenesis of Anencephaly (pages 199–218): A. Giroud
Chapter eleven factors of Congenital Malformations: position of Prediabetes and Hypothyroidism (pages 219–240): J. P. Hoet, Adrienne Gommers and J. J. Hoet
Chapter 12 The organization of Hydramnios with Congenital Malformations (pages 241–267): A. C. Stevenson
Chapter 12a normal dialogue (pages 268–292):

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The principle is open to proof both in man and in animals. Also, in evaluating the r81e of time and timing in the production of anomalies, we must remember that time registers its impact on the cohorts of the unborn in at least three ways: in the matter of foetal age just mentioned; secondly, in the mother’s own age, a factor that seems to operate powerfully in the causation of mongolism-a mother is the baby’s incubator but, as she gets older, the human incubator becomes less efficient than it used to be; thirdly, mother and conceptus together are subject to secular hazards like other people in the population.

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It was thought that No. 15 was represented by the single chromosome, but as the three pairs are all so similar it was impossible to be certain. An additional chromosome CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITY 37 was present which was not certainly distinguishable from the two members of pair 12 (Fig. 4). Pair 22, the one which is trisomic in the mongols examined hitherto, was represented by two apparently normal chromosomes, and the very similar short acrocentrics of pair 23 also appeared to be normal. 3. B. x 3200.

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