Samson Nivins: Association between size at birth and brain volumes at nine years in children born late-preterm and at term
posterposted on 30.09.2021, 06:06 by Samson NivinsSamson Nivins
Background: Altered brain development is common after preterm birth, and reduced brain volume in childhood has been associated with functional impairments. However, there are few data about the relationship between perinatal factors and brain volumes in mid-childhood.
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