The review found that there is substantial evidence that supports folic acid supplementation during pregnancy.
Sublingual buprenorphine was associated with shorter duration of treatment and shorter length of hospital stay.
No statistically significant differences between the groups in the distribution of patients without neurodevelopmental impairment were observed.
There was no significant difference in neurodevelopmental status at 2 years for infants with iodide vs placebo.
There was an apparent resurgence of Zika virus and GBS early in 2016, but no subsequent increase in microcephaly.
No between-group differences in measures of language, academic, or executive functioning were observed in those who took DHA during pregnancy and those who did not.
A 10-month-old girl admitted to PICU with sudden onset of movement disorder was found to have ingested a foreign body.
The CDC report only accounts for physical birth defects, as researchers note that the full scope of developmental defects has yet to be recorded.
Early detection and robust treatment are critical to limiting deficits in achieving developmental milestones in HIV-infected infants.
In addition to ultrasonography, MRI improved diagnostic accuracy and had an impact on prognoses in cases of fetal brain abnormalities.
The assessments revealed that damage in the frontal lobes mattered more than damage in other brain locations.
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