Teratogenesis

Shkëlqim Hidri, Elona Gaxhja, Florenc Piligriu, Brunilda Mehilli, Ylli Alicka

Abstract


The world today is experiencing a period of rapid technological versatile. Unfortunately, this development has its negative consequences. Dumping in an atmosphere of chemical waste, except to other effects, not pass without consequences on human health and in particular in the period in which it is being formed and developed a future individual, i.e. during pregnancy. It is known that the first quarter of this period is sensitive because it is precisely this period in which take originated all the structures of the developing organism. Fall into contact with substances assigned in this period, resulting in serious consequences in the future of the individual to be born. In some cases turns out that the substances are considered as medications may have teratogenic effects. Some are known and are removed from use, some are under study, but may have also some widely used and that can be such.

Keywords: teratogenic problems, malformations, toxicology, growth delay, cell death, etc.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i2.1370

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v2i2.1370.g1897

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