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Systematic review and meta-analysis
37% of child survivors of intrauterine or neonatal insults experience at least one long-term sequela, the most common being neurodevelopmental delay

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  1. Correspondence to: Anna Maria Marconi
    Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, San Paolo Hospital Medical School, University of Milano, Via A di Rudinì 8, Milano 20142, Italy; annamaria.marconi{at}unimi.it
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Marconi AM
37% of child survivors of intrauterine or neonatal insults experience at least one long-term sequela, the most common being neurodevelopmental delay

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  • Published in print 1 November 2012.
  • Published online 21 November 2012.

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