Aldina M. A. Groothuis

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The quality of general movements (GMs) was assessed repeatedly during the first postnatal months in a mixed group of 52 children at either low or high risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. In addition, all children were reexamined at 4 to 9 years. The follow-up assessment consisted of a neurological examination and an evaluation of behaviour by means of(More)
Intraventricular haemorrhages (IVH) are the most commonly occurring intracranial haemorrhages in neonates, especially in preterm infants. The origin of IVHs is located in the germinal matrix. The cause of an IVH is a combination of intravascular, vascular and extravascular factors. The diagnosis is made by ultrasound. Knowledge on the causes of antenatal(More)
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