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18 March 2011

Cerebral palsy among preemies may be declining

The rate of cerebral palsy among very preterm infants may be much lower now than 20 years ago, a study has suggested.

The rate of cerebral palsy among very preterm infants may be much lower now than 20 years ago, a single-centre study suggests.

Decline in cerebral palsy

 
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