Brain volumes in adolescents with very low birth weight: effects on brain structure and associations with neuropsychological outcomes.

@article{Taylor2011BrainVI,
  title={Brain volumes in adolescents with very low birth weight: effects on brain structure and associations with neuropsychological outcomes.},
  author={H. G. Taylor and Pauline A. Filipek and Jenifer Juranek and Barbara A. Bangert and Nori Mercuri Minich and M. W. M. Hack},
  journal={Developmental neuropsychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={96-117}
}
The aims of this study were to examine abnormalities in brain structure in adolescents and young adults with very low birth weight (VLBW, <1,500 g) and associations of these abnormalities with neuropsychological outcomes. The sample of 108 participants from 14 to 19 years of age included 37 participants with <750 g birth weight, 35 with 750-1,499 g birth weight, and 36 normal birth weight (NBW) controls. One or both of the VLBW groups had smaller brain volumes, larger lateral ventricles, and a… CONTINUE READING
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