Neonatal White Matter Abnormalities an Important Predictor of Neurocognitive Outcome for Very Preterm Children

@inproceedings{Woodward2012NeonatalWM,
  title={Neonatal White Matter Abnormalities an Important Predictor of Neurocognitive Outcome for Very Preterm Children},
  author={Lianne J. Woodward and Caron A. C. Clark and S. Bora and Terrie E. Inder},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Cerebral white matter abnormalities on term MRI are a strong predictor of motor disability in children born very preterm. However, their contribution to cognitive impairment is less certain. OBJECTIVE Examine relationships between the presence and severity of cerebral white matter abnormalities on neonatal MRI and a range of neurocognitive outcomes assessed at ages 4 and 6 years. DESIGN/METHODS The study sample consisted of a regionally representative cohort of 104 very preterm… CONTINUE READING
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