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Background Preterm delivery is associated with an increased risk of cerebral palsy (CP). The greatest risk is for infants born <28 weeks' gestation.
Background Chemokines induce cell motility during embryogenesis by activating specific receptors. While the orchestration of organogenesis is complex and requires the interaction of many morphoregulatory molecules that lead to coordinated organ development, limited knowledge exists regarding the...
Background With the introduction of new therapies in peri- and neonatology, the clinical picture of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) seems to alter. The consequences of this “new BPD” are of interest.
Background In previous research, an age-related developmental trend towards increasing arm flexion has been found for cephalic fetuses.
Objective To identify crucial factors that precipitate cerebral palsy by controlling confounding factors in logistic regression analyses.
Background Cephalic fetuses have increasing lateralised head-position near term.
Objective The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between acid–base status and quality and quantity of General Movements (GMs) at birth and quality of GMs at age 3 months and motor, cognitive and behavioural functioning at the age of 4 years.
Measurement of methionine levels in dried blood spots has been one of the items of neonatal screening in Taiwan for more than 20 years. In 1,701,591 newborns, 17 cases of hypermethioninemia were detected, but among them only one had homocystinuria. More than half of the 16 cases of isolated...
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