Very preterm children show impairments across multiple neurodevelopmental domains by age 4 years.

@article{Woodward2009VeryPC,
  title={Very preterm children show impairments across multiple neurodevelopmental domains by age 4 years.},
  author={Lianne J. Woodward and Sasha Moor and Kelly M Hood and Patricia R Champion and Susan H Foster-Cohen and Terrie E. Inder and Nicola C Austin},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition},
  year={2009},
  volume={94 5},
  pages={F339-44}
}
OBJECTIVES Neurodevelopmental outcomes associated with preterm birth are of major health and educational concern. This study examined the neuromotor, cognitive, language and emotional/behavioural outcomes of a regional cohort of 4-year-old children born extremely preterm (EPT: 23-27 weeks' gestation), very preterm (VPT: 28-33 weeks) and full term (FT: 38-41 weeks). Of particular interest were children's risks of impairment across multiple neurodevelopmental domains. METHODS Data were gathered… CONTINUE READING
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