Understanding the Occurrence of Secondary Disabilities in Clients with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE).
What does FAE stand for?
FAE stands for Fetal Alcohol Effects
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- Fluorometric Analysis of DNA Unwinding (biology)
- First Advantage (Poway, CA)
- Fondation des Aveugles et Déficients Visuels (French: Foundation of the Blind and Visually Impaired)
- Forced Air Drain Vaporizer (engineering production system)
- Faculdade de Educação (Portuguese: School of Education; Brazil)
- Failure Analysis Engineer
- Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands - Faeroe Islands (Airport Code)
- Fédération Autonome de l'Enseignement (French: Autonomous Federation of Education; Canada)
- Fédération des Acteurs Économiques d'Evian (French: Evian Federation of Economic Actors; commercial union; est. 2003)
- Fédération des Associations d'Etudiant (French: Federation of Student Associations; Switzerland)
- Field Applications Engineer
- Film At Eleven
- Final Average Earnings (pension plans)
- Fine Alignment Equipment
- Finite Element Analysis
- Fire Apparatus Engineer
- First Aid Employees
- Food Anaphylaxis Education
- Force Aérienne Belge (Belgian Air Force)
- Formation Animation Équitation (French: Animation Horseback Riding Training)
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These include FAS, partial FAS (pFAS), fetal alcohol effects (FAE), alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD), alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder (ARND), and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).
Joint Statement: Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE) in Canada.
The behavioral and cognitive defects in children with fetal alcohol effects may be partly attributable to genetic psychiatric disorders, researchers reported in a poster presentation at a meeting sponsored by the American College of Medical Genetics.
The behavioral and cognitive defects in children with fetal alcohol effects may be partly due to genetic psychiatric disorders, researchers reported in a poster presentation at a meeting sponsored by the American College of Medical Genetics.
The reality of fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effects should also be a wake-up call, he suggested.
One in 100 children in America has fetal alcohol effects, a milder form of the condition but which is more likely to go undiagnosed.