- Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) : Fetal alcohol syndrome refers to a condition affecting the children of mothers who consume large quantities of alcohol during pregnancy; it can involve learning disabilities, attentional
difficulties, and physical and emotional disability.
It is a pattern of physical and psychological symptoms found in infants whose mothers drank heavily during pregnancy.
Other /More definition:
fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) refer to pattern of problems, including learning difficulties, behavior deficits, and characteristic physical flaws, resulting from heavy drinking by the victim’s mother when she was pregnant with the victim.
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