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Barsosio, Hellen, Gitonga, John N., Karanja, Henry K., Nyamwaya, Doris K., Omuoyo, Donwilliams O., Kamau, Everlyn, Hamaluba, Mainga M., Nyiro, Joyce U., Kitsao, Barnes S., Nyaguara, Amek, Mwakio, Stella, Newton, Charles R., Sang, Rosemary, Wright, Daniel, Sanders, Eduard J., Seale, Anna C., Agoti, Charles N., Berkley, James A., Bejon, Philip and Warimwe, George M. (2019) 'Congenital microcephaly unrelated to flavivirus exposure in coastal Kenya'. Wellcome Open Research, Vol 4, p. 179.

Dellicour, Stephanie, Desai, Meghna, Mason, Linda, Odidi, Beatrice, Aol, George, Phillips-Howard, Penelope ORCID:, Laserson, Kayla F. and terKuile, Feiko ORCID: (2013) 'Exploring Risk Perception and Attitudes to Miscarriage and Congenital Anomaly in Rural Western Kenya'. PLoS ONE, Vol 8, Issue 11, e80551.

Medeiros, Andréa Monteiro Correia, Jardim-Botelho, Anne, Santos, Emanuele Mariano de Souza, Lopes, Aline de Siqueira Alves, Santos, Felipe Batista, Sá, Thalyta Prata Leite de, Barreto, Íkaro Daniel Carvalho, Santos, Cliomar Alves dos, Cuevas, Luis ORCID: and Gurgel, Ricardo Queiroz (2021) 'Feeding methods and weight evolution in newborns with congenital microcephaly due for Zika Virus'. Audiology - Communication Research, Vol 26, e2395.

Wang, Lingling, Xiang, Xiaomei, Mi, Baibing, Song, Hui, Dong, Min, Zhang, Shuiping, Bi, Yuxue, Zhao, Yaling, Li, Qiang, Zhang, Qi, Zhang, Li, Yan, Hong, Wang, Duolao ORCID: and Dang, Shaonong (2019) 'Association between early prenatal exposure to ambient air pollution and birth defects: evidence from newborns in Xi’an, China'. Journal of Public Health, Vol 41, Issue 3, pp. 494-501.

de Souza, Carlos D F, Machado, Michael F, Correia, Divanise S, do Carmo, Rodrigo F, Cuevas, Luis ORCID: and Santos, Victor S (2020) 'Spatiotemporal clustering, social vulnerability and risk of congenital syphilis in northeast Brazil: an ecological study'. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol 114, Issue 9, pp. 657-665.

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