Denise Mulvihill

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BACKGROUND Although new interventions treating neonatal brain injury show great promise, our current ability to predict clinical functional outcomes is poor. Quantitative biomarkers of long-term neurodevelopmental outcome are critically needed to gauge treatment efficacy. Kinematic measures derived from commonly used developmental tasks may serve as early(More)
PURPOSE To determine specific motor skills in premature infants, match those that correlate with standards tests of motor performance, and MRS measures of abnormal brain biochemistry. METHODS Prospective cohort study of preterm infants (n=22). Infant motor assessments were completed at term and 12 weeks corrected gestational age (CGA) using the Test of(More)
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