Deep grey matter growth predicts neurodevelopmental outcomes in very preterm children

@article{Young2015DeepGM,
  title={Deep grey matter growth predicts neurodevelopmental outcomes in very preterm children},
  author={Julia M. Young and Tamara L. Powell and Benjamin R. Morgan and Dallas Card and Wayne Lee and Mary Lou Smith and John G. Sled and Margot J. Taylor},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2015},
  volume={111},
  pages={360-368}
}
We evaluated whether the volume and growth rate of critical brain structures measured by MRI in the first weeks of life following very preterm (<32/40 weeks) birth could predict subsequent neurodevelopmental outcomes at 4 years of age. A significant proportion of children born very prematurely have cognitive deficits, but these problems are often only detected at early school age. Structural T2-weighted magnetic resonance images were acquired in 96 very preterm neonates scanned within 2 weeks… CONTINUE READING
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