Jing-jing Feng

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BACKGROUND Increased prevalence of visual impairments has been reported in preterm populations. However, it remains unclear about the long-term visual electrophysiological outcomes and their association with visual cognitive functions in premature infants. We investigated visual electrophysiological outcome of 2-year-old infants of different birth weights(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the development of flash visual evoked potentials (FVEPs) in preterm infants from 1 to 18 months and to determine if the maturation of FVEPs is similar to that of term infants. DESIGN Longitudinal follow-up study. PARTICIPANTS Twenty very low birth weight (VLBW) preterm infants, 42 low birth weight (LBW) preterm infants, and 41(More)
BACKGROUND Preterm infants are more likely to develop visual perceptual and visual-motor impairments. Visual perceptual deficiencies may contribute to significant difficulties in daily life, but few reports are available relating electrophysiological assessment of the visual system to spatial information problems in premature preschoolers with average(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the clinicopathological characteristics of aggressive angiomyxoma (AAM) so as to boost the level of diagnosis and treatment. METHODS Seven cases of aggressive angiomyxoma were studied with light microscope and immunohistochemistry. Antibody of Vimentin, Desmin, CD34, smooth muscle actin (SMA), estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone(More)
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