Jorgen Diderichsen

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BACKGROUND Progressive encephalopathy (PE) in children is a heterogeneous group of diseases mainly composed of metabolic diseases, but it consists also of neurodegenerative disorders where neither metabolic nor other causes are found. We wanted to estimate the incidence rate and aetiology of PE, as well as the age of onset of the disease. METHODS We(More)
Visual handicaps in children are often difficult to diagnose in early age and several etiological possibilities have to be ruled out. Cerebral visual impairments are of greater importance than most epidemiological studies indicate. Children with low birth weight are at special risk for visual disturbancies. Children with developmental dysfunctions and(More)
Early visual impairment represents several diagnostic possibilities from specific delayed visual maturation (type 1) with an excellent prognosis to more complex conditions with other ocular or neurological signs (type 2-4). Visual attention and interaction has been an interesting field of study in the interaction between biologically pre-programmed neonatal(More)
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