Preterm baby were more likely to have clinically relevant pervasive behavior and emotional problems
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Muthanna Samara, PhDa,b, Neil Marlow, MDc, Dieter Wolke, PhDa,b for the EPICure Study Group . Pervasive Behavior Problems at 6 Years of Age in a Total-Population Sample of Children Born at 25 Weeks of Gestation. PEDIATRICS Vol. 122 No. 3 September 2008, pp. 562-573 (doi:10.1542/peds.2007-3231.

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