Could a first-trimester blood phosphatidylethanol concentration ≥4nM be useful to identify women with moderate-to-heavy prenatal alcohol exposure who are at high risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes?

Jun Young Yang, Ho Seok Kwak, Jung Yeol Han, June Seek Choi, Hyun Kyong Ahn, Young Jun Oh, E. Yadira Velázquez-Armenta, Alejandro A. Nava-Ocampo

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