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Increased risk of recurrence of pregnancies complicated by fetal neural tube defects in mothers receiving poor diets, and possible benefit of dietary counselling
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
and conclusions One hundred and seventy-four women who had previously had a child with a neural-tube defect were assessed retrospectively on the quality of their diets during the first trimester of that pregnancy, between pregnancies, and during the first trimester of other pregnancies. They were then studied prospectively during the first trimester of 186 following pregnancies and the outcome of these was recorded. One hundred and three women (with 109 pregnancies) were given dietarydoi:10.1097/00006534-198109000-00151 fatcat:22uteme5zrcillmhlpon2oswvu