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Brain size in premature infants significantly smaller than full-term babies

nal Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), which is part of the National Institutes of Health, and the nations leading supporter of research on the brain and nervous system.

Giovanna Spinella, M.D., a program director from NINDS, said, "As more of the children from this study are imaged over time, we should be able to obtain even more information on regions of brain vulnerability, cognition and behavior of very premature infants as they mature into childhood and adolescence. Our ultimate goal is to be able to protect infant brains from injuries associated with prematurity, as well as to intervene and effectively treat the various cognitive and behavioral impairments."


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Yale University
16-Oct-2000


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