publication . Article . 2006

neurodevelopmental follow up after preterm birth follow up after two years

Alison Salt; Maggie Redshaw;
  • Published: 14 Mar 2006 Journal: Early Human Development, volume 82, pages 185-197 (issn: 0378-3782, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Marked differences are seen in neurological and health status, intellectual functioning, school performance and behaviour between children born prematurely and those born at term. Assessment in later childhood has identified more subtle problems than the severe disability or sensory deficits readily identifiable at two years. These problems include learning disabilities, specific neuropsychological deficits in executive function, difficulties in visual-motor integration and perception, selective language impairment, motor coordination disorders, behaviour problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and reduced educational achievement. Follow-up to...
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