For children undergoing MRI with deep sedation, a shorter recovery time is associated with use of ketamine at induction followed by propofol infusion.
The FDA has approved an expanded age range for MultiHance contrast agent.
Providing adequate nurtrients during a child's first 3 years is important for optimal neurodevelopment.
There is no increased rate of neurodevelopmental disability in preterm infants using inhaled glucocorticoids.
A language delay among girls is linked to acetaminophen use during pregnancy.
Multiple imaging characteristics from fetal MRI analysis helped to yield a model with the ability to classify postnatal CSF diversion status with a high level of accuracy.
Children who are exposed to AEDs in utero may have a reduced risk of autistic traits.
Paternal use of SSRIs before conception is linked to an increased risk of ADHD in offspring.
A study pinpointed clinical factors associated with pediatric brain neoplasms to assist clinicians in making neuroimaging decisions.
A randomized clinical trial examined whether term infants with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy benefited from therapeutic cooling.
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