Can Impaired Motor and Cognitive Functions at 10 Years of Age be Identified by a Detailed Analysis of Infant Motor Behaviour in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Children?

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Background: The General Movement Assessment has mainly been used to identify children with cerebral palsy (CP). A more detailed analysis of infant motor behavior can possibly identify later motor and cognitive problems in children without CP.Aims: To determine whether such a detailed analysis of infant motor behaviour can predict motor and cognitive… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/pr.2011.540

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@article{Fjrtoft2011CanIM, title={Can Impaired Motor and Cognitive Functions at 10 Years of Age be Identified by a Detailed Analysis of Infant Motor Behaviour in Very-Low-Birth-Weight Children?}, author={T Fj\ortoft and Kristine Hermansen Grunewaldt and Tordis Ustad and G C C L\ohaugen and Jon Skranes and Kristian Evensen}, journal={Pediatric Research}, year={2011}, volume={70}, pages={315-315} }