Neuro-cognitive performance of very preterm or very low birth weight adults at 26 years.

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BACKGROUND Children born very preterm (VP <32 weeks gestation) and/or with very low birth weight (VBLW <1500 g; subsequently VP/VLBW) have been previously reported to have more cognitive impairment and specific executive functioning problems than term children; however, it remains unclear whether these problems persist into adulthood. This study aimed to… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jcpp.12358

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