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Electrophysiological changes in 12-year-old children born moderate-to-late preterm: reduced VEP amplitude in MLP children (see page 1156)

Moderate-to-late preterm children at 12 years of age, with no history of retinopathy of prematurity, displayed reduced pattern-reversal visual evoked potential amplitudes compared with those of controls.

Biphasic growth of orbital volume in Chinese children (see page 1162)

The development of the orbital volume in childhood is biphasic. The first growth phase is before 3 and the second is from 7 to 12, with the speed in the first phase three times faster.

Retinal structure assessed by OCT as a biomarker of brain development in children born small for gestational age (see page 1168)

Thinner retinal ganglion cell and inner plexiform layers are related to lower grey and white matter volumes in brain MRI from school-age children born small for gestational age.


Publisher URL: http://bjo.bmj.com/cgi/content/short/101/9/i

DOI: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2017-311100

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