Clinical impact of term-equivalent magnetic resonance imaging in extremely low-birth-weight infants at a regional NICU

@article{Melbourne2016ClinicalIO,
  title={Clinical impact of term-equivalent magnetic resonance imaging in extremely low-birth-weight infants at a regional NICU},
  author={L Melbourne and Taeun Chang and J Murnick and Isabella Zaniletti and Penny Glass and An N. Massaro},
  journal={Journal of Perinatology},
  year={2016},
  volume={36},
  pages={985-989}
}
Objective:To evaluate the clinical impact of routine term-equivalent magnetic resonance imaging (TE-MRI) for extremely low-birth-weight infants at a regional neonatal intensive care unit.Study Design:This is a single-center retrospective study evaluating preterm survivors who underwent TE-MRI. MRI abnormalities were compared between infants with and without cranial ultrasonography (CUS) abnormalities. Cost analysis comparing imaging modalities was also performed.Results:TE-MRI use increased… CONTINUE READING

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