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Motor Impairment Associated with Neurological Injury in Premature Infants

By Sheena L. Carter, Ph.D.

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Cognitive and Neurologic Development of the Premature, Small for Gestational Age Infant Through Age 6:  Comparison by
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Trends in Mortality and Cerebral Palsy in a Geographically Based Cohort of Very Low Birth Weight Neonates Born Between 1982-1994.
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