Correlation between visual function, neurodevelopmental outcome, and magnetic resonance imaging findings in infants with periventricular leucomalacia

Cioni, Giovanni; Bertuccelli, Barbara; Boldrini, Antonio; Canapicchi, Raffaello; Fazzi, Barbara; Guzzetta, Andrea; Mercuri, Eugenio
March 2000
Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Mar2000, pF134
Academic Journal
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