2018 Webinar 1: The FASD Diagnostic Dilemma: How do you diagnose within the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum? - Digital Download

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2018 Webinar 1: The FASD Diagnostic Dilemma: How do you diagnose within the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum? - Digital Download

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Multiple diagnostic systems and the alphabet soup that is used to label children affected by prenatal alcohol exposure make it difficult to decide where a child belongs in the spectrum and, most importantly, to communicate this to others. When looking through the scientific literature, you find that many articles fail to clearly define what exact group within the fetal alcohol spectrum they are investigating.  Key questions:  What are the competing systems and how do they affect access to clinical services? Is there any agreement between the competing diagnostic systems?  Does the diagnosis affect potential for insurance or Medicaid coverage?  Do diagnostic criteria vary between countries? How do we ensure that we communicate clinical findings clearly and correctly?  The original term for FASD is plural; i.e., Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.  However, it has now morphed to common usage in the singular: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.  Does this matter?

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Presented by Ira J. Chasnoff, MD

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