Pregnancy outcome and intelligence at age five years.

  title={Pregnancy outcome and intelligence at age five years.},
  author={Robert L Goldenberg and Mary B. Dubard and Suzanne P. Cliver and Kathleen G. Nelson and K Blankson and Sharon Landesman Ramey and A. Herman},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  volume={175 6},
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to determine the influence of being small for gestational age at term and being preterm < 34 weeks on cognitive functioning at age 5 years. STUDY DESIGN Five hundred forty-six children of black low-income mothers, nearly all at risk for being small for gestational age, followed up prenatally with early ultrasonographic gestational age dating, were classified as either term appropriate for gestational age, term small for gestational age, or preterm at < 34 weeks. At a… CONTINUE READING

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