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OBJECTIVE This interprovincial inception cohort study explores early childhood outcomes and their operative and perioperative predictors after total anomalous pulmonary venous connection repair, simple (patent ductus arteriosus, atrial septal defect, or both) or complex (any associated major cardiac anomalies). METHODS From 1996 through 2004, a total of(More)
The relationship between a fragile site on the X chromosome and autism has been well documented. The authors report a three-year-old child with partial duplication of the short arm of chromosome Y, who had an autistic disorder. He was microcephalic, but otherwise had a normal phenotype. There was a history of preterm birth and maternal diabetes. This is the(More)
Evaluated long-term neuropsychological outcome of 20 high risk infants with intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) during the neonatal period who appeared free of significant impairment through 30 months of age. This group was compared with a matched sample of 20 high risk infants without intracranial hemorrhage and a group of 70 children with no history of(More)
The conservation abilities of middle-aged and elderly adults were compared. The design was a 3 (noninstitutionalized middle-aged, noninstitutionalized elderly, and institutionalized elderly) x 2 (male and female) x 3 (substance, weight, and volume conservation) x 2 (judgment and explanation responses) factorial design. The results of both an analysis of(More)
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