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Sentenac, M. (author), Benhammou, V. (author), Aden, U. (author), Ancel, P.Y. (author), Bakker, L.A. (author), Bakoy, H. (author), Barros, H. (author), Baumann, N. (author), Funck Bilsteen, J. (author), Boerch, K. (author), Croci, I. (author), Cuttini, M. (author), Draper, E. (author), Halvorsen, T. (author), Johnson, S. (author), Källén, K. (author), Land, T. (author), Lebeer, J. (author), Lehtonen, L. (author), Maier, R.F. (author), Marlow, N. (author), Morgan, A. (author), Ni, Y. (author), Raikkonen, K. (author), Rtimi, A. (author), Sarrechia, I. (author), Varendi, H. (author), Vollsaeter, M. (author), Wolke, D. (author), Ylijoki, M. (author), Zeitlin, J. (author)
Background: Studies are sparse and inconclusive about the association between maternal education and cognitive development among children born very preterm (VPT). Although this association is well established in the general population, questions remain about its magnitude among children born VPT whose risks of medical and developmental...
article 2021
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Naafs, J.C. (author), Marchal, J.P. (author), Fliers, E. (author), Verkerk, P.H. (author), Luijten, M.A.J. (author), Boelen, A. (author), van Trotsenburg, A.S.P. (author), Zwaveling-Soonawala, N. (author)
Context: Early treatment of primary congenital hypothyroidism (CH) prevents irreversible brain damage. Contrary to primary CH, outcome studies on central CH are scarce. Most patients with central CH have multiple pituitary hormone deficiencies (MPHD); these patients are also at risk for neonatal hypoglycemia. Objective: To assess cognitive and...
article 2021
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Hollanders, J.J. (author), Schaefer, N. (author), van der Pal, S.M. (author), Oosterlaan, J. (author), Rotteveel, J. (author), Finken, M.J.J. (author)
Background: Birth weight (BW) is often used as a proxy for gestational age (GA) in studies on preterm birth. Recent findings indicate that, in addition to perinatal outcomes, subjects born very preterm (VP; GA < 32 weeks) differ from those with a very low birth weight (VLBW; BW < 1,500 g) in postnatal growth up to their final height. Objective:...
article 2019