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Abnormal Magnetic Resonance Signal in the Internal Capsule Predicts Poor Neurodevelopmental Outcome in Infants With Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy
TLDR
All infants with an abnormal signal intensity in the PLIC developed neurodevelopmental impairment although in 4 infants with very early scans the abnormal signal was not apparent until up to 4 days after birth.
Early Prognostic Indicators of Outcome in Infants With Neonatal Cerebral Infarction: A Clinical, Electroencephalogram, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
TLDR
Early MRI and EEG can help to identify the infants with cerebral infarction who are likely to develop hemiplegia, and the concomitant involvement of hemisphere, internal capsule and basal ganglia was always associated with an abnormal outcome.
Hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy: early and late magnetic resonance imaging findings in relation to outcome.
TLDR
Infants with mild HIE who are developmentally normal at the age of 2 years do not have normal MRI scans and may be at risk of minor neurological problems by school age, but infants with mainly white matter and cortical abnormalities have less severe problems despite extensive tissue loss.
Origin and timing of brain lesions in term infants with neonatal encephalopathy
TLDR
More than 90% of term infants with neonatal encephalopathy and/or early seizures had evidence of a perinatally acquired insult, and the findings do not rule out the change that antenatal (or genetic) factors could predispose some infants to perinatal brain injury.
Impaired grip-lift synergy in children with unilateral brain lesions.
TLDR
There was a clear relationship between the developmental level of the grip-lift synergy and impaired dexterity, indicating that proper development of the force co-ordination pattern is important for skilled hand function.
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