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    Omar A. Abdul-Rahman, Christie L. M. Petrenko, editors.
    Summary: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) represent a range of physical, mental, and behavioral disabilities caused by alcohol use during pregnancy, or prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE). FASDs are considered to be one of the leading causes of developmental disability, with an estimated 2-5% of children being born with FASD each year in the world. Despite its high prevalence, FASD is often misdiagnosed or underdiagnosed, making intervention more challenging. A multidisciplinary team of providers who understand the diagnostic requirements is crucial for an accurate FASD diagnosis. This text provides a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of this field, and serves as a valuable resource for clinicians and researchers with an interest in FASD. The book provides a detailed overview for clinicians of various backgrounds on the diagnostic process, extensive mechanistic and embryologic data, neuropsychologic aspects of the condition, prevention and treatment approaches, and the ethical, legal, and policy perspectives that impact patients and families. The chapters are organized parallel to the journey of individuals who experience alcohol-related conditions, beginning with the prenatal period addressing epidemiology of alcohol exposure, prevention and interventions, continuing through the fetal experience with a focus on embryology. Challenges of children and their families are considered next including the diagnostic process and health effects. Finally, issues related to systems of care for individuals with FASD and the broader community are addressed. The global context of FASD is presented throughout the textbook. Written by experts in the field, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders provides a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of this issue that helps guide prevention efforts, the diagnostic process, school and community interventions, and global policy efforts.

    Contents:
    1.
    Epidemiology of prenatal alcohol exposure/ Svetlana Popova and Danijela Dozet
    2.
    Protective and risk factors/ Gretchen Bandoli and Christina D. Chambers
    3.
    Prevention of exposure during the preconception period/ Jessica Hanson
    4.
    Care during the prenatal period/ Katherine N. DeJong and Jamie O. Lo
    5.
    Mechanisms of teratogenesis/ Siara Kate Rouzer, Dae Chung, Marisa Pinson, Natalie Collins, Jordan Kuhlman, and Rajesh Miranda
    6.
    Alcohol and embryology/ Scott E. Parnell and Johann K. Eberhart
    7.
    Care during the newborn period/ Vincent C. Smith
    8.
    Evolution of diagnostic systems/ Diego A. Gomez and H. Eugene Hoyme
    9.
    The diagnostic process/ Omar A. Abdul-Rahman, Christie L. M. Petrenko, and Lynn L. Cole
    10.
    Neuroimaging findings in FASD across the lifespan/ Madeline N. Rockhold, Kirsten A. Donald, Carson Kautz-Turnbull, and Christie L.M. Petrenko. 11.
    Neuropsychological outcomes in FASD across the lifespan/ Matthew T. Hyland, Natasia S. Courchesne-Krak, Chloe M. Sobolewski, Carissa Zambrano, and Sarah N. Mattson
    12.
    Physical and mental health in FASD/ Karen M. Moritz, Lisa K. Akison, Nicole Hayes, and Natasha Reid
    13.
    FASD-Informed care and the future of intervention/ Heather Carmichael Olson, Misty Pruner, Nora Byington, and Tracy Jirikowic
    14.
    Ethical and social issues in FASD/ Christina Tortorelli, Dorothy Badry, Peter Choate, and Kerryn Bagley
    15.
    FASD and child welfare/ Dorothy Badry, Ana Hanlon Dearman, Peter Choate, Lenora Marcellus, Christina Tortorelli, and Robyn Williams
    16.
    Educating school-aged children with FASD/ Molly N. Millians
    17.
    The justice system and FASD/ Jacqueline Pei, Jessica J. Joseph, Kaitlyn McLachlan, and Mansfield Mela.
    Digital Access Springer 2023