NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME IN VERY PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS AT 36 MONTHS CORRECTED AGE USING THE BAYLEY-III

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M.G. Gatti *
S. Badii
E. Becucci
G. Turrisi
M.G. Alagna
G. Buonocore
(*) Corresponding Author:
M.G. Gatti | office@pagepress.org

Abstract

Advances in perinatal care have led to an increase in survival of preterm children but have also increased the risk of long- term sequelae, such as neurodevelopmental impairment and behavioral or emotional disturbance.

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