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Bronchopulmonary dysplesia

J L Stefano, M Morales
The presence of fused eyelids at birth in the extremely low birthweight infant (less than 1000 gm) is often regarded by physicians as an indication of nonviability. This is especially true for the pediatrician who does not have routine exposure to extremely premature infants and may use the presence of fused eyelids to influence the level of resuscitation afforded the infant in the first crucial minutes following birth. Unfortunately, there are scant data in the literature to guide general pediatricians with regard to this issue...
March 1992: American Journal of Perinatology
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