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Network analysis of resting state EEG in the developing young brain: Structure comes with maturation
During childhood, brain structure and function changes substantially. Recently, graph theory has been introduced to model connectivity in the brain. Small‐world networks, such as the brain, combineExpand
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Preparing children with a mock scanner training protocol results in high quality structural and functional MRI scans
We evaluated the use of a mock scanner training protocol as an alternative for sedation and for preparing young children for (functional) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Children with severe mentalExpand
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Resting‐state networks in awake five‐ to eight‐year old children
During the first 6–7 years of life children undergo a period of major neurocognitive development. Higher‐order cognitive functions such as executive control of attention, encoding and retrieving ofExpand
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Global and Regional Differences in Brain Anatomy of Young Children Born Small for Gestational Age
In children who are born small for gestational age (SGA), an adverse intrauterine environment has led to underdevelopment of both the body and the brain. The delay in body growth is (partially)Expand
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Cysteine: a conditionally essential amino acid in low-birth-weight preterm infants?
BACKGROUND Cyst(e)ine can be synthesized de novo from methionine and serine and is, therefore, a nonessential amino acid in human adults. Several studies have suggested that cyst(e)ine might be aExpand
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Resting-State Oscillatory Activity in Children Born Small for Gestational Age: An MEG Study
Growth restriction in utero during a period that is critical for normal growth of the brain, has previously been associated with deviations in cognitive abilities and brain anatomical and functionalExpand
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Using fMRI to Investigate Memory in Young Children Born Small for Gestational Age
Objectives Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) can lead to infants being born small for gestational age (SGA). SGA is associated with differences in brain anatomy and impaired cognition. WeExpand
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Neonatal pneumatocele as a complication of nasal continuous positive airway pressure
A preterm infant with mild respiratory insufficiency resulting from respiratory distress syndrome developed a pneumatocele after the start of nasal continuous positive airway pressure. Pneumonia wasExpand
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Late cholangitis after kasai procedure detected with magnetic resonance cholangiopancreaticography: a case report.
Ascending cholangitis occurs in about 30 to 50% of patients after Kasai hepatoportoenterostomy for extrahepatic biliary atresia (1,2). It generally occurs within the first few years after surgeryExpand
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Chapter 5 Resting‐state Oscillatory Activity in Children Born Small for Gestational Age: a Magnetoencephalograpical Study
Growth restriction in utero during a period that is critical for normal growth of the brain, has previously been associated with deviations in cognitive abilities and brain anatomical and functionalExpand