M E Bozynski

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One hundred surviving infants with birthweights less than or equal to 1200 g were examined longitudinally, using real-time ultrasonography of the brain. Five infants were diagnosed as having cavitary periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). One infant expired within a month following discharge; the remaining four entered a follow-up program and received(More)
To test the hypothesis that there would be a positive correlation between the interpeak wave (I-V) interval as measured by auditory brain stem evoked response and the ratio of umbilical cord blood arterial to venous lignocaine concentrations in infants born after maternal epidural anaesthesia, 10 normal infants born at full term by elective caesarean(More)
The rôle of serial cranial ultrasonography in the prediction of cerebral palsy was examined in 116 surviving infants with birthweights less than or equal to 1200 g. All underwent serial real-time sonographic examinations of the brain on days one, five and 21, then monthly, until term corrected age. Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) was diagnosed in 48(More)
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