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Fetal and neonatal brain injury: mechanisms, management and the risks of practice, 3rd edition
  1. M Smith
  1. Newcastle General Hospital, Queen Victoria Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LP, UK;

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    Edited by D K Stevenson, W E Benitz, P Sunshine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, £140.00, pp 926. ISBN 0521806917

    Brain injury remains a common theme in a large proportion of survivors of extreme prematurity and/or neonatal encephalopathy. The headline rates of significant disability have been largely unchanged despite the enormous advances in neonatal intensive care of the post-surfactant era, and more subtle educational difficulties are later declared in many others. It is essential …

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