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Month: Agosto 2021

Olivia Carney, Emer Hughesa, Nora Tusora, Ralica Dimitrova, Sophie Arulkumarana, Kelly Pegoretti Baruteau, Alexia Egloff Collado, Lucilio Cordero-Grande, Andrew Chewa, Shona Falconera, Joanna M Allsop, Daniel Rueckertf, Joseph Hajnal, A David Edwards, Mary Rutherford. Incidental findings on brain MR imaging of asymptomatic term neonates in the Developing Human Connectome Project. EClinicalMedicine 38 (2021) 100984

Background: Interpretation of incidental findings on term neonatal MRI brain imaging can be challenging as there is a paucity of published normative data on asymptomatic term neonates. Reporting radiologists and

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Taine M, Forhan A, Morgan AS, Bernard JY, Peyre H, Dufourg MN, Martin LM, Charles MA, Botton J, Heude B. Early postnatal growth and subsequent neurodevelopment in children delivered at term: The ELFE cohort study. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 2021 Jul 13.

Background: Despite the limited evidence, accelerated early postnatal growth (EPG) is commonly believed to benefit neurodevelopment for term-born infants, especially those small for gestational age. Objectives: To investigate the existence of critical

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Luciano R, Romeo DM, Mancini G, Sivo S, Dolci C, Velli C, Turriziani Colonna A, Vento G, Romagnoli C, Mercuri EM. Neurological development and iron supplementation in healthy late-preterm neonates: a randomized double-blind controlled trial. Eur J Pediatr. 2021 Jul 21.

Late-preterm infants (LPT) are at increased risk for long-term neurodevelopmental sequelae and iron deficiency. The aim of the study is to assess the positive effect of iron supplementation on psychomotor

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Cheong JLY, Olsen JE, Lee KJ, Spittle AJ, Opie GF, Clark M, Boland RA, Roberts G, Josev EK, Davis N, Hickey LM, Anderson PJ, Doyle LW; Victorian Infant Collaborative Study Group. Temporal Trends in Neurodevelopmental Outcomes to 2 Years After Extremely Preterm Birth. JAMA Pediatr. 2021 Jul 19.

Importance: Survival of infants born extremely preterm (EP) (<28 weeks’ gestation) has increased since the early 1990s. It is necessary to know whether increased survival is accompanied by increased neurodevelopmental disability.

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