The Quality of the Early Motor Repertoire in Preterm Infants Predicts Minor Neurologic Dysfunction at School Age
Objective: The quality of a child's motor repertoire at age 3 to 4 months postterm is predictive of later cerebral palsy (CP). Its predictive power for minor neurologic dysfunction (MND) is unclear. This study aimed to investigate the predictive value of
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