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Title Neurodevelopmental Outcomes of Preterm Birth : From Childhood to Adult Life / edited by Chiara Nosarti, Robin M. Murray, Maureen Hack
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2010
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Description Electronic book
1 online resource (288 pages)
Series Cambridge books online
Summary The improved survival of very preterm and very low birth weight infants in recent decades has been associated with an increase in the prevalence of physical and neurodevelopmental problems. Attention is increasingly being focused on the quality of life of survivors, who are at greater risk of brain damage and consequent neurological disorders, and neuropsychological and behavioural impairments. In this volume, leading experts present a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on research in various aspects of the long-term consequences of very preterm birth. As well as extending existing knowledge of the neurodevelopmental sequelae following very preterm birth, a shared aim of this burgeoning body of research is to identify the mechanisms underlying variations in outcome, and thus recognise subgroups of children who are at increased risk of neurodevelopmental problems, for whom appropriate intervention strategies can be devised. Pediatricians, neurologists, psychiatrists and psychologists will all find this to be essential reading
Notes Available through Cambridge books online SHEDL trial from 9th January 2012 to 9th July 2012
Title from publishers bibliographic system (viewed on 22 Dec 2011)
Subject Vanier, Catherine. Naître prématuré. English.
Brain Damage, Chronic
Brain -- Diseases.
Diagnostic imaging.
Birth weight, Low.
Mental Disorders -- diagnosis
Mental Disorders -- etiology
Nervous system -- Growth.
Premature infants -- Development.
Form Electronic book
Author Hack, Maureen.
Murray, Robin M., 1944-
Nosarti, Chiara.
ISBN 0511712162 (ebook)
0521871794 (hardback)
9780511712166 (ebook)
9780521871792 (hardback)