Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) can be described as condition in which fetus fails to reach his potential growth. It is common diagnosis in obstetrics, and carries an increased risk of perinatal mortality and morbidity. Moreover, IUGR has lifelong implications on health, especially on neurological outcome. There is a need for additional neurological… (More)
Pretpostavlja se da se prenatalno neurološko oštećenje ploda može prepoznati već intrauterino zahvaljujući četverodimenzionalnom ultrazvuku (4D UZV) i pri
More than 99% of the human neocortex is fashioned during intrauterine life, resulting in the fascinating diversity of fetal functions and activities. The objective of this review is to present the most significant neurodevelopmental events, as well as new findings about prenatal motor and sensory development.
Children cerebral palsy (CCP) encompasses a group of nonprogessive and noninfectious conditions, which cause light, moderate, and severe deviations in neurological development. Diagnosis of CCP is set mostly by the age of 3 years. The fact that a large number of cerebral damage occurs prenatally and the fact that early intervention in cases of neurological… (More)