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Improving Neurodevelopmental Outcomes for Premature Infants

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Improving Neurodevelopmental Outcomes for Premature Infants
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    "White matter of the brain is particularly more susceptible to injury after a premature delivery," explains Dr. Heidi Feldman, professor of developmental and behavioral medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Feldman and host Dr. Bill Rutenberg discuss neurodevelopmental recovery in preemies, as well as children with other brain damage. Can we capitalize on other healthy areas of the brain to make up for deficiencies from underdeveloped or injured areas of the brain?

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    "White matter of the brain is particularly more susceptible to injury after a premature delivery," explains Dr. Heidi Feldman, professor of developmental and behavioral medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Feldman and host Dr. Bill Rutenberg discuss neurodevelopmental recovery in preemies, as well as children with other brain damage. Can we capitalize on other healthy areas of the brain to make up for deficiencies from underdeveloped or injured areas of the brain?

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