This paper provides an overview of the value of a structured neonatal neurological examination that may be performed in different settings, from routine examination to research settings. We will report how a structured neurological examination can help to identify infants with central and peripheral nervous system involvement. We also describe a short but structured proforma to be used for the routine examination of full-term infants. We will finally describe a quantitative assessment to be used in research settings.

Mercuri, E. M., Ricci, D., Pane, M., Baranello, G., The neurological examination of the newborn baby, <<EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT>>, 2005; 81 (12): 947-956. [doi:10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2005.10.007] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/260322]

The neurological examination of the newborn baby

Mercuri, Eugenio Maria;Ricci, Daniela;Pane, Marika;Baranello, Giovanni
2005

Abstract

This paper provides an overview of the value of a structured neonatal neurological examination that may be performed in different settings, from routine examination to research settings. We will report how a structured neurological examination can help to identify infants with central and peripheral nervous system involvement. We also describe a short but structured proforma to be used for the routine examination of full-term infants. We will finally describe a quantitative assessment to be used in research settings.
2005
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Mercuri, E. M., Ricci, D., Pane, M., Baranello, G., The neurological examination of the newborn baby, <<EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT>>, 2005; 81 (12): 947-956. [doi:10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2005.10.007] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/260322]
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