A fifteen-year follow-up of neurological conditions in VLBW children without overt disability: relation to gender, neonatal risk factors, and end stage MRI findings.

@article{Gddlin2008AFF,
  title={A fifteen-year follow-up of neurological conditions in VLBW children without overt disability: relation to gender, neonatal risk factors, and end stage MRI findings.},
  author={Per-Olof G{\"a}ddlin and O Orvar Finnstr{\"o}m and Chen Wang and Ingemar Leijon},
  journal={Early human development},
  year={2008},
  volume={84 5},
  pages={343-9}
}
BACKGROUND Very low birthweight (VLBW; birthweight <or=1,500 g) children run a greater risk than controls of developing neurosensory disabilities, but also minor neurological disturbances. AIMS To assess neurological status from the neonatal period up to fifteen years of age in VLBW children without overt neurological disability in relation to gender, neonatal risk factors, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of the brain. STUDY DESIGN A population based follow-up study of VLBW… CONTINUE READING
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