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000186008 245__ $$aRegional changes of cortical thickness and cortical surface in children born prematurely and children born with intrauterine growth restriction at school age
000186008 269__ $$a2013
000186008 260__ $$c2013
000186008 336__ $$aConference Papers
000186008 520__ $$aPremature birth and the early exposure to environmental sensory information influence the cascade of histogenetic events that occur during the development of human telencephalon. The prenatal establishment of the genetically driven number and size of the elements that constitute the neuronal architecture of the telencephalon (e.g. number of axonal fibres and neurons) is the basis for the lifelong neuronal reorganisation (e.g. synapse pruning, dendrite growth, axonal retraction and myelinisation).  Our  hypothesis was driven by the experimental data and data from literature according to which the results of early alteration of histogenetic prenatal events can be seen in childhood too. Thus, we have tested the effect of the premature birth and birth weight on the regional size of cerebral cortex (cortical thickness and cortical surface) at school age.
000186008 700__ $$aVasung, Lana
000186008 700__ $$aGui, Laura
000186008 700__ $$0242938$$aFischi Gomez, Elda$$g181682
000186008 700__ $$aBorradori-Tolsa, Cristina
000186008 700__ $$aLazeyras, François
000186008 700__ $$aHüppi, Petra S.
000186008 7112_ $$a21st Annual Meeting International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine$$cSalt Lake City, Utah, USA$$dApril 20-26,2013
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