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Left-isomerism sequence and maternal type-1 diabetes.

Defects of lateralisation have previously been recognised in the offspring of women with type-1 diabetes. In a 3-year period, three of the six cases of left isomerism sequence notified to the Northern Region Congenital Abnormality Survey were the infants of diabetic mothers. This finding suggests a specific association between bilateral left-sidedness and maternal type-1 diabetes.[1]


  1. Left-isomerism sequence and maternal type-1 diabetes. Splitt, M., Wright, C., Sen, D., Goodship, J. Lancet (1999) [Pubmed]
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