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Background Infant distress to novelty at 4 months of life has previously been identified as an important predictor of longer term emotional development in childhood and adolescence.
Background During fetal hypoxia blood is redistributed to the brain (‘brain-sparing’). Sequential changes of the cerebral and placental circulation in parallel in comparisons between basal conditions and acute hypoxic stress have not yet been thoroughly studied in human fetuses.
Background Most studies on the effects of early risk factors on future mental health focus on specific obstetric complications as risk factors for specific disorders. However, obstetric complications rarely occur in isolation, and the same holds for psychiatric problems.
In this study, we investigated whether the Achilles tendon reflex (ATR) in healthy infants is modulated by changes in body position (prone vs. supine). The amplitude of the ATR was compared at postnatal day 1, months 2, 3 and 6, while infants were placed in prone and supine position. The ATR was...
Introduction Preterm infants are known to have low gross motor and fine motor skills. We questioned whether poor eye–hand coordination skills are associated with moderate to severe stages of Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP).
Background Previous studies have shown that 4-month-old infants have a decrease in heart rate, a component of the orienting reflex, in response to interesting auditory stimuli and an increase in heart rate to aversive auditory stimuli.
Background The kidney is one organ which presents distinct morphology depending on GA; the classic references for kidney measurements were established several years ago and it is not certain if they are still accurate.
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