Twenty-five children aged 3 to 13 years who had been exposed in utero to carbimazole were assessed physically and psychologically to evaluate the long-term effects of the drug on growth and development. 2 children had congenital malformations but all had normal pituitary-thyroid function and appeared to have grown and developed normally.
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