General movements and electroencephalogram as a predictive tool of high-risk neonatal neurodevelopmental outcome

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Background: To investigate the predictive value of General Movements (GMs) and Electroencephalogram (EEG) on high-risk neonatal neurodevelopmental outcome. Methods: One hundred and ten high-risk new-borns were enrolled in this study. The qualitative general movements were assessed twice and EEG was examined one time within one month after birth. They were… (More)

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@inproceedings{Feng2017GeneralMA, title={General movements and electroencephalogram as a predictive tool of high-risk neonatal neurodevelopmental outcome}, author={Juntan Feng and Yiyan Ruan and Qi Cao and Yan Chen and Xiaozhu Liang}, year={2017} }