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  1. Estudo da morbilidade no neurodesenvolvimento, em recém-nascidos de muito baixo peso

    Cunha, M; Ferreira, L; Fonseca, F; Novais, R; Cadete, A; Barroso, R; Nunes, S; Carreiro, H; Botelho, T; Machado, MC
    Objectivo: Avaliar a prevalência das sequelas no neurodesenvolvimento em Recém-nascidos de muito baixo peso. Metodologia: Estudo transversal para determinação da prevalência das sequelas do neurodesenvolvimento, das crianças nascidas de muito baixo peso num hospital de apoio perinatal diferenciado da Grande Lisboa, de 01/06/96 a 01/06/2000. Realizou-se a avaliação do desenvolvimento através das Escalas Schedule of Growing Skills II e de Desenvolvimento Mental de Ruth Griffiths, o seguimento Oftalmológico e ORL e a avaliação social. Considerou-se sequela do neurodesenvolvimento quando o Quoficiente Geral da Griffiths foi ≤ 70, a SGSII dois intervalos de idade abaixo da idade corrigida, existência de défice sensorial ou...

  2. Congenital ocular motor apraxia

    Carrasquinho, S; Teixeira, S; Cadete, A; Bernardo, M; Pêgo, P; Prieto, I
    PURPOSE: Congenital ocular motor apraxia is a rare disease characterized by defective or absent voluntary and optically induced horizontal saccadic movements. Jerky head movements or thrusts on attempted lateral gaze are a compensatory sign. Most affected children have delayed motor and speech development. Cases associated with systemic diseases, neurologic maldevelopment, metabolic deficits, and chromosomal abnormalities have been described. METHODS: Case report and review of the scientific literature. RESULTS: The authors describe the ophthalmologic, pediatric, and neurologic evaluations and follow up of a child with impaired horizontal saccades, jerky head movements, and delayed motor and speech development. CONCLUSIONS: Congenital ocular motor apraxia is an...

  3. Crescer com paralisia cerebral

    Alves, A; Cadete, A; Figueiredo, H; Gabriel, C; Jacobsohn, L; Oliveira, A; Patinha, D; Valério, P

  4. Factores preditivos da aderência dos pais a um programa de seguimento de crianças nascidas de muito baixo peso

    Marecos, C; Oliveira, A; Figueiredo, H; Cadete, A; Cunha, M
    Introduction: Newborn infants of very low birth weight (VLBW) are at high risk of neurodevelopment disorder, justifying the implementation of early intervention programs for these children. Objectives: Evaluate the effects of long-term "Care Programme for Development” (CPD) applied to VLBW infants, analyze parents' compliance to follow-up and identify perinatal variables with influence on neurodevelopment. Methods: Cross sectional and retrospective study on the implementation and adherence to CPD in a level III hospital between 2001 and 2005. Morbidity defined as neurological or sensorial sequels. Out of 323 VLBW newborns, 265 were enrolled for the study (49 died; 9 transferred). Results: CPD was made on...

  5. Afasia y depresión post-ictus: una relación predictiva

    Camões-Barbosa, A; Sequeira-Medeiros, L; Duarte, N; Morais, J; Mendes, M; Meneses, C
    Introducción/objetivos: La depresión se ha mostrado como la complicación psiquiátrica postictus más común, y la que se asocia con un pronóstico peor. Todavía existe incerteza en cuanto a su etiología y factores de riesgo. Algunos factores son reconocidos: gravedad del ictus, grado de discapacidad y déficit cognitivo. Por ello, es urgente definir nuevos factores que faciliten un diagnóstico temprano, lo cual puede disminuir los efectos negativos sobre el proceso de rehabilitación. Objetivos: Determinar la incidencia de la depresión post-ictus (DPI) y estudiar las variables descritas en la literatura como posibles factores predictores de la DPI: sexo, edad, tipo de ictus, lateralidad, territorio vascular y presencia de afasia. Material y...

  6. Nonsense mutation in TITF1 in a Portuguese family with benign hereditary chorea

    Costa, MC; Costa, C; Silva, A; Evangelista, P; Santos, L; Ferro, A; Sequeiros, J; Maciel, P
    Benign hereditary chorea (BHC) is an autosomaldominant disorder of early onset characterized by a slowly progressing or nonprogressing chorea, without cognitive decline or other progressive neurologic dysfunction, but also by the existence of heterogeneity of the clinical presentation within and among families. The genetic cause of BHC is the presence of either point mutations or deletions in the thyroid transcription factor 1 gene (TITF1). We studied a Portuguese BHC family composed of two probands: a mother and her only son. The patients were identified in a neurology out-patient clinic showing mainly involuntary choreiform movements since childhood, myoclonic jerks, falls, and...

  7. Nutritive sucking pattern from very low birth weight preterm to term newborn

    Cunha, M; Barreiros, J; Gonçalves, I; Figueiredo, H
    The contribution of maturation and stimulation to the development of oral feeding was investigated, with two main objectives: (1) to analyze the nutritive sucking pattern of very-low-birth-weight newborns from their first oral feeding to the acquisition of independent oral feeding, and (2) to compare the nutritive sucking patterns of these babies, after feeding autonomy, with healthy term newborns. METHODS: Two groups were considered for analysis. Group 1: N=15 Very-Low-Birth-Weight (VLBW), gestacional age (GA)=28.15+/-1.5, birth weight (BW)=1178.3+/-174.4. The intervention program began at 30.19+/-1.52 weeks GA. Group 2: N=25 term newborns, healthy, GA=39.04+/-1.2, BW=3370.42+/-310.76. Repeated measures of the following variables were taken (weekly...

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