Pattern of growth and development of premature children at the age of two and three years in Alexandria, Egypt [Part I]
AbstractA case-control study was conducted in Alexandria on 68 premature children: 32 of them at the age of 2 and 36 at the age of three years. The aim was to depict the pattern of growth and development among them. Controls were full-term children, who were double the number of prematures and matched by age and sex. It was found that the growth pattern of full-term children aged two and three years was better than that of prematures. Moreover, prematures were significantly delayed in some developmental areas as language, fine motor-adaptive sectors and personal-social domains than their corresponding controls. The study suggests that the provision of quality medical care could eliminate the growth and developmental lag of premature children
Khalil, Khadiga A. (1995). Pattern of growth and development of premature children at the age of two and three years in Alexandria, Egypt [Part I]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117905
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 1 (2), 176-185, 1995
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