Early hypoxia-ischemia causes hemisphere and sex-dependent cognitive impairment and histological damage.

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Neonatal cerebral hypoxia-ischemia (HI) is an important cause of neurological disorders. In the preterm children, HI causes preferentially white matter damage and late cognitive impairments. Rodent HI performed at postnatal day 3 (HIP3) provides valuable information on the brain response to injury in immature animals as related to sensory, motor and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.01.066

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@article{Sanches2013EarlyHC, title={Early hypoxia-ischemia causes hemisphere and sex-dependent cognitive impairment and histological damage.}, author={Eduardo Farias Sanches and Nice Sarmento Arteni and Felipe Nicola and L{\'i}gia Sim{\~o}es Braga Boisserand and Steven L. Willborn and Carlos Alexandre Netto}, journal={Neuroscience}, year={2013}, volume={237}, pages={208-15} }