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Quick Take: Association of socioeconomic status and brain injury with neurodevelopmental outcomes of very preterm children

08:00 EDT 11 May 2019 | 2 Minute Medicine

Preterm birth remains a leading cause of lifelong neurodevelopmental disability. While the effect of brain injury on neurodevelopmental disability has been studied extensively, far less is known with respect to the role of environments and experiences in moderating these associations. In this prospective cohort study, preterm neonates (24-32 weeks’ gestation) born between August 16, 2006 […]
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