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1501. Neurocognitive functioning in children with type-1 diabetes with and without episodes of severe hypoglycaemia. (PubMed)

on the neurocognitive functioning of children with a standardized, wide age-range neuropsychological test battery designed for the assessment of children. Eleven children with diabetes and a history of severe hypoglycaemia, 10 children with diabetes without a history of severe hypoglycaemia, and 10 healthy control children (a total of 31 children: 14 males and 17 females, age range 5 years 6 months to 11 years 11 months, mean 9 years 4 months, SD 1 year 11 months) were studied using the Wechsler Intelligence Scale

2003 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1502. Fine and gross motor ability in males with ADHD. (PubMed)

subtests of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, and movement ability was assessed using the Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC) and the Purdue Pegboard test. Findings demonstrated that the children with ADHD had significantly poorer movement ability than control children. A high percentage of these children displayed movement difficulties consistent with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). In addition, the current study found that the type and degree of movement difficulty (...) , range 7 years 8 months to 12 years 11 months); for the ADHD-PI group, 10 years (SD 1 year 2 months, range 7 years 10 months to 13 years); for the ADHD-HI group, 9 years 11 months (SD 1 year 2 months), range 7 years 11 months to 12 years 6 months); and for the ADHD-C group 10 years 2 months (SD 1 year 4 months, range 8 to 13 years). The Australian Disruptive Behaviours Scale and Connors' Parent Rating Scale-Revised were used to assess ADHD symptomatology. Verbal IQ was estimated using two verbal

2003 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1503. Naming skills of children born preterm in comparison with their term peers at the ages of 9 and 16 years. (PubMed)

Naming skills of children born preterm in comparison with their term peers at the ages of 9 and 16 years. The linguistic abilities of children born preterm at 32 weeks' gestation or earlier at Kuopio University Hospital during 1984 to 1986 were evaluated during successive phases of a prospective study. The study protocol included the Rapid Automatic Naming test and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Revised at 9 years of age and a modified Stroop Color-Word test and the Wechsler (...) Intelligence Scale - Revised at the age of 16 years. Fifty-one children born preterm (26 males, 25 females) and 51 age-matched and sex-matched term controls (26 males, 25 females) were studied at the age of 9 years. At the age of 16 years, 40 children born preterm (19 males, 21 females) and 31 term controls (14 males, 17 females) participated in the study. The children born preterm scored significantly lower in two naming tasks than the controls at the age of 9 years. However, there was no difference

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2006 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1504. Immediate effects of methylphenidate on cognitive attention skills of children with attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder. (PubMed)

of Everyday Attention for Children, a neuropsychological battery designed to tap different aspects of cognitive attention. Between assessments, the children were administered methylphenidate (10 mg). Each child had at least average intelligence (IQ 80 or over, as measured by the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III UK) and was on no other medication. A group of 16 children, who were matched for age, sex, and intelligence, also performed the cognitive tests twice on the same day to control

2005 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1505. Periventricular leukomalacia and retinopathy in a term infant born to a mother with asthma. (PubMed)

throughout the pregnancy, she was treated with intravenous or oral cortisone for 6.5 weeks from 28+5 GWs. In addition she developed deep venous thrombosis at 29 GWs and was treated with heparin until delivery. Psychotic symptoms during the 31st GW were treated with diazepam, haloperidol, and levomepromazin. Functional sequelae for the child were visual impairment (visual acuity 5/60), uneven intellectual profile (Wechsler Pre-school and Primary Scale of Intelligence, Verbal IQ 94 and Performance IQ 32

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2006 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1506. Neurodevelopmental outcome of preterm infants with ventricular dilatation with and without associated haemorrhage. (PubMed)

(n=616; 286 females, 330 males), or with VD with (n=66; 32 females, 34 males) or without (n=17; 4 females, 13 males) GMH-IVH were enrolled in the study. At age 8 years outcome was assessed in 567 (81%) of the 699 children by neurological examination, the Test of Motor Impairment (TOMI), the test of Visuo-Motor Integration (VMI), and the Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children. Results showed that the proportion of children with disabling impairments was higher in the group with VD and GMH-IVH

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2006 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1507. Psychological functioning and health-related quality of life in adulthood after preterm birth. (PubMed)

[33 males, 33 females] 126 born preterm [66 males, 60 females]). Cognitive functioning was assessed using the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence. Working memory and attention was assessed using the Benton Visual Retention Test, the Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test, and the Brown Attention Deficit Disorder Scale. Psychiatric morbidity was assessed using the Beck Depression Inventory II, the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, and the Schizotypy Traits Questionnaire. Handedness was assessed

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2007 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

1508. Manic symptoms and behavioral dysregulation in youth with velocardiofacial syndrome (22q11.2 deletion syndrome). (PubMed)

whether children with VCFS exhibit more manic symptoms than community controls that also may have learning disorders and ADHD. The study population consisted of 86 children with VCFS and 36 community controls from ages 9 to 15 years, using measures of Young Mania Rating Scale-Parent Version, Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Age Children-Present and Lifetime Version (K-SADS-PL), Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-3rd edition (WISC

2007 Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology

1509. Developmental outcome of patients with hypoplastic left heart syndrome treated with heart transplantation. (PubMed)

evaluated with the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, CBCL, and VABS at 36 to 72 months or the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III, CBCL, and VABS for those older than 72 months of age.Bayley Scales of Infant Development results revealed a median Mental Developmental Index of 88 (range <50 to 102) and a Psychomotor Developmental Index of 86.5 (<50 to 113), both significantly lower than expected in the general population. Intelligence quotient results on either the Wechsler (...) Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence or Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-III were also significantly lower than expected, with a mean verbal score of 90.5 +/- 12.4, performance score of 88.9 +/- 14.5, and full scale score of 88.5 +/- 13.0. On the Vineland scales, 39% scored >1 SD below the mean on measures of daily living scales, 22% on the socialization subscale, 48% on the communication subscale, and 52% on the adaptive behavior scale.In this small population of children treated

2003 Journal of Pediatrics

1510. Effect of high maternal blood phenylalanine on offspring congenital anomalies and developmental outcome at ages 4 and 6 years: the importance of strict dietary control preconception and throughout pregnancy. (PubMed)

) on developmental outcome at 4 and 6 years of age.Women with blood Phe levels >240 micromol/L (n=526; to convert micromol/L to mg/dL, divide by 60) were enrolled; 382 contributed 572 pregnancies. The women had 413 offspring examined at birth and annually. At 4 years, the McCarthy General Cognitive Index was administered, and at 6 years, the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Revised was administered.Microcephaly was noted in 137 (33%) of the offspring, and 32 (7.7%) had CHD. Maternal blood Phe levels were (...) higher for infants with CHD and MICRO than for infants with CHD only (P=.02). Mean Phe levels at 4 to 8 weeks gestation predicted CHD (P<.0001). The McCarthy General Cognitive Index score was lower with CHD (P=.005) and MICRO (P=.0017), as was the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Revised full-scale IQ score (P=.0002 for CHD and P=.0001 for MICRO). None of the subjects who had offspring with CHD had Phe control between 120 and 360 micromol/L during the first 8 to 10 weeks of gestation.Women

2004 Journal of Pediatrics

1511. Neuropsychological outcome of infant heart transplant recipients. (PubMed)

included the following: Wechsler Scales of Intelligence, Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, Berry Visual Motor Integration Scale, Comprehensive Evaluation of Language Function, and Achenbach Child Behavioral Checklist.Intellectual functioning scores revealed a mean full-scale IQ of 81 +/- 19. Intraoperative and postoperative variables (bypass time, hospital course, and lowest posttransplant pH), long-term medical complications (serious infections and posttransplant surgical procedures

2004 Journal of Pediatrics

1512. Sleep-disordered breathing symptoms are associated with poorer cognitive function in 5-year-old children. (PubMed)

% of children. Standardized neurocognitive tests were administered by a trained psychometrist unaware of the children's SDB status. Children with (n=61) and without SDB symptoms were compared using analysis of variance to adjust for demographic and respiratory health variables.Children with SDB symptoms scored significantly lower than those without SDB symptoms on tests of executive function (95.5 vs 99.9 on NEPSY Attention/Executive Core Domain, P=.02; 10.4 vs 11.2 on Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale (...) of Intelligence, Revised [WPPSI-R] Animal Pegs test, P=.03), memory (96.8 vs 103.0 on NEPSY Memory Domain, P=.02), and general intellectual ability (105.9 vs 111.7 on WPPSI-R Full Scale IQ, P=.02). There were no significant differences on a computerized continuous performance task. These findings persisted when children with PSG evidence of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) were excluded from analysis.Even in the absence of OSA, SDB symptoms are associated with poorer executive function and memory skills

2004 Journal of Pediatrics

1513. Cognitive function in young adults following intrauterine growth restriction with abnormal fetal aortic blood flow. (PubMed)

development in young adults.Cognitive capacity (Wechsler adult intelligence scale-III (WAIS-III)) and psychological development (symptom check-list and Wender Utah rating scale) were evaluated at 18 years of age in 19 subjects who had had IUGR (abnormal fetal blood flow in the descending aorta and birth weight small-for-gestational age) and in 23 control subjects who had had normal fetal aortic blood flow and birth weight appropriate-for-gestational age (AGA). School grades at 16 years of age were also

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2007 Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

1514. Apolipoprotein-e influences aspects of intellectual ability in type 1 diabetes. (PubMed)

was assessed by neuropsychological testing. Cognitive abilities were compared using multivariate general linear modeling (multiple analysis of covariance, MANCOVA) in those with (n = 21) and without (n = 75) the APOE epsilon4 allele. APOE epsilon4 selectively influenced cognitive ability in a sex-specific manner (F = 2.3, P = 0.044, Eta(2) = 0.15); women with APOE epsilon4 performed less well on tests of current, nonverbal intellectual ability (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised performance test

2003 Diabetes

1515. Intellectual and language functions in children of mothers with epilepsy. (PubMed)

adaptation of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for children and MLT-a locally developed proficiency test for regional language. All relevant data were abstracted from the registry records.The Full Scale IQ and MLT scores were significantly lower for the cases (87.7 +/- 22.6 and 73.4 +/- 17.3) compared to controls (93.0 +/- 14.4 and 83.2 +/- 11.8). Compared to controls, CME scored poor on all subtests of MLT but their impairment was confined to only some of the subtests of IQ. Maternal education and maternal

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2007 Epilepsia

1516. Children conceived using ICSI do not have an increased risk of delayed mental development at 5 years of age. (PubMed)

accurate measure of long-term cognitive ability could be obtained.The mental development of 97 ICSI, 80 IVF and 110 naturally conceived (NC) children at 5 years of age was assessed using intelligence quotients (IQ) obtained from the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scales of Intelligence.The mean full-scale IQ was 110 +/- 18 for ICSI, 111 +/- 13 for IVF and 114 +/- 13 for NC children (P = 0.21, non-significant). ICSI children were not at increased risk for delayed (full-scale IQ <85) cognitive (...) development (ICSI 5.2%, IVF 2.5%, NC 0.9%; P = 0.18, non-significant). The only significant independent predictor of below-average full-scale IQ on multivariate analysis was lower maternal education level.These findings suggest that the genetic influence of parental cognitive ability is more important than the mode of conception in determining the long-term intellectual ability of children conceived using ICSI.

2003 Human Reproduction

1517. Psychological follow-up study of 5-year-old ICSI children. (PubMed)

included the Wechsler Preschool and Primary scales of intelligence (WPPSI-R), Peabody Developmental Motor Scales, Parenting Stress Index and Child Behaviour Checklist.Regarding cognitive development, no significant differences were found on WPPSI-R verbal and performance scales between ICSI and SC children. However, some differences were noted on subtests of the Performance Scale. ICSI children more often obtained a score below 1 SD of the mean on the subtests: Object Assembly, Block Design and Mazes

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2004 Human Reproduction

1518. A prospective longitudinal study of the physical, psychomotor, and intellectual development of singleton children up to 5 years who were conceived by intracytoplasmic sperm injection compared with children conceived spontaneously and by in vitro fertiliza (PubMed)

, Belgium.Sixty-six ICSI-conceived children prospectively compared with 52 IVF-conceived and 59 spontaneously conceived children. All children were full-term singletons.Home visits by a trained psychologist. Standardized interviews. Assessments using the revised Brunet-Lézine scale and the revised Wechsler preschool and primary scale of intelligence.Physical growth and general health. Formal developmental and intellectual assessments.Children conceived by ICSI were healthy: no significant differences appeared (...) in the incidence of combined congenital malformations (11.3%), health problems (44.1%), surgical interventions (18.6%), and hospitalizations (6.8%), nor for the developmental assessments (mean developmental quotient at 9 months: 93.9; at 18 months: 102.0). For the intellectual assessments, the between-group differences disappeared when adjusted for levels of parental education (mean intelligence quotient at 3 years: 97.0; at 5 years: 103.3).This pilot study shows that throughout the preschool period, ICSI

2003 Fertility and Sterility

1519. Paternal sperm concentration and growth and cognitive development in children born with a gestational age more than 32 weeks after assisted reproductive therapy. (PubMed)

) < 20 x 10(6)/ml and (2) > or = 20 x 10(6)/ml. Growth parameters at birth and age 5 were evaluated. Cognitive development was assessed with the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence-Revised.No significant difference was found for gestational age, birth weight and birth weight standard deviation scores (SDS) between the ICSI and IVF sperm groups. No significant difference in height and weight at age 5 or SDS weight or height or BMIs at age 5 was found. There was no significant (...) difference in total intelligence quotient (IQ)--performance or verbal IQ--between the groups.We found no indication that growth and cognitive development in ICSI and IVF children differed depending on paternal sperm concentration.

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2006 Human Reproduction

1520. Cognitive and motor development of 8-year-old children born after ICSI compared to spontaneously conceived children. (PubMed)

born after spontaneous conception (SC). Part of this population was seen in a cohort at the age 5 years. Outcome measures include Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R) and Movement Assessment Battery for Children (ABC).Regarding intellectual functioning, ICSI children tend to obtain significantly higher total (P < 0.01), verbal (P < 0.01) and performance (P < 0.05) intelligence scores than SC children, nevertheless remaining in similar ranges. These effects are small (Cohen's d (...) Cognitive and motor development of 8-year-old children born after ICSI compared to spontaneously conceived children. As a continuation of two large-scale, multicentre studies on the development of 5-year-old ICSI children, we present results of the follow-up study undertaken on the cognitive and motor development of 8-year-old ICSI children.Developmental outcomes of 151 8-year-old singletons born through ICSI after 32 weeks of gestation were compared with those of 153 singletons of the same age

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2006 Human Reproduction

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