volume 99, issue 3, P383-389 1997
DOI: 10.1542/peds.99.3.383
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H. Koller, K. Lawson, S. A. Rose, I. Wallace, C. McCarton

Abstract: Biomedical factors are of major importance for the cognitive development of VLBW infants, and their influence increases as birth weight declines. Differences in neurological integrity at 1 year were an important indicator of different patterns of cognitive development, especially for infants at the lower end of the VLBW range.