60 Haemorrhagic-ischaemic Lesions of the Neonatal Brain: Correlation between Cerebral Visual Impairment, Neurodevelopmental Outcome and Mri in Infancy

@article{Eken199460HL,
  title={60 Haemorrhagic-ischaemic Lesions of the Neonatal Brain: Correlation between Cerebral Visual Impairment, Neurodevelopmental Outcome and Mri in Infancy},
  author={Paula Eken and Linda S. de Vries and Yolanda van der Graaf and L C Meiners and Onno van Nieuwenhuizen},
  journal={Pediatric Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={36},
  pages={12A-12A}
}
A group of sixty-five at-risk neonates was enrolled in a prospective follow-up study in order to assess the relationship between the degree of Cerebral Visual Impairment, established using the Acuity Card Procedure, and the extent of neurological sequelae. Furthermore, MR- and CT-scans were performed in all infants with severe neurological sequelae to study whether characteristic lesions occurred in the central visual pathway.Eleven out of twelve infants with an acuity on or below the 10th… CONTINUE READING
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