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Neurobehavioral outcomes in preterm, growth‐restricted infants with and without prenatal advanced signs of brain‐sparing
To evaluate the neurobehavioral outcomes of preterm infants with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), with and without prenatal advanced brain‐sparing.
Neurodevelopmental outcome in 2‐year‐old infants who were small‐for‐gestational age term fetuses with cerebral blood flow redistribution
TLDR
To assess the neurodevelopmental outcome at 2 years of age of children who had been small‐for‐gestational‐age (SGA) term babies with cerebral blood flow redistribution, a cerebrospinal fluid replacement study was conducted.
Neonatal Neurobehavior and Diffusion MRI Changes in Brain Reorganization Due to Intrauterine Growth Restriction in a Rabbit Model
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IUGR is associated with a complex pattern of brain reorganization already at birth, which may open opportunities for early intervention in neonatal neurobehavioral assessment and high resolution brain diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Metabolomics Reveals Metabolic Alterations by Intrauterine Growth Restriction in the Fetal Rabbit Brain
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IUGR leads to metabolic alterations in the fetal rabbit brain, involving neuronal viability, energy metabolism, amino acid levels, fatty acid profiles and oxidative stress mechanisms.
Long-Term Functional Outcomes and Correlation with Regional Brain Connectivity by MRI Diffusion Tractography Metrics in a Near-Term Rabbit Model of Intrauterine Growth Restriction
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The rabbit model used reproduced long-term functional impairments and their neurostructural correlates of abnormal neurodevelopment associated with IUGR and the description of the pattern of microstructural changes underlying functional defects may help to develop biomarkers based in diffusion MRI and connectivity analysis.
Prediction of adverse perinatal outcome at term in small-for-gestational age fetuses: comparison of growth velocity vs. customized assessment
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It is suggested that customized growth assessment may have better accuracy in predicting adverse perinatal outcome than growth velocity in small fetuses with normal umbilical Doppler delivered at term.
Learning Curve for Intrapulmonary Artery Doppler in Fetuses with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
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Competence in Doppler evaluation of the intrapulmonary artery in CDH fetuses is achieved only after intensive continuous training.
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