Free Paper Session A: Early Recognition

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* 3. A1: BRAIN LESION SEVERITY IS RELATED TO SCHOOL READINESS IN PRE-SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Jinwen He, MBBS; Leanne Sakzewski, PhD, OT; Simona Fiori, MD; Robert Ware, PhD; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD, MSc, PT

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* 4. A2: DOES THE PRESENCE OF CONGENITAL ANOMALIES AFFECT THE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY?
Kjersti P. Jystad; Guro L. Andersen, PhD, MD; Magne Stoknes, MD, PhD, MSc; Jon Skranes, PhD, MD; Torstein Vik, PhD, MD

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* 5. A3: THE EARLY DETECTION OF HYPOXIA- AND PRO-ANGIOGENESIS GENE EXPRESSION IS A NOVEL DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
Jing Jia, MD; Chi-Iou Lin, PhD; Xiaoqian Jing, MD; Xinzhi Guo, PhD, MD; Qian Hua, PhD

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* 6. A4: MODE OF DELIVERY IN BREECH PRESENTATION- A RISK FACTOR FOR CEREBRAL PALSY?
Solveig Bjellmo, MD; Torstein Vik, PhD, MD; Guro L. Andersen, PhD, MD; Marit Martinussen, PhD, MD; Richard Romundstad, PhD, MSc; Sissel Hjelle, MD

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* 7. A5: GENERAL MOVEMENTS DURING THE FIDGETY PERIOD CORRELATE WITH NEUROLOGIC ABNORMALITIES AND MOTOR DELAYS AT 18-24 MONTHS IN A HIGH RISK UNITED STATES (USA) POPULATION
Lynn Boswell, MS, PT; Lars Adde, PhD, PT; Annamarie Russow, MS; Mary Weck, MS, PT; Toril Fjørtoft, MSc, PT; Cheryl Patrick, MS, PT; Ragnhild Støen, PhD, MD; Marie Weissbourd, PhD; Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD; Raye-Ann deRegnier, MD

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* 8. A6: ABNORMAL NEUROMOTOR PERFORMANCE AT 10-15 WEEKS POST-TERM ON THE TEST OF INFANT MOTOR PERFORMANCE AND THE GENERAL MOVEMENT ASSESSMENTS PREDICT 2 YEAR ADVERSE NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS.
Colleen Peyton, DPT, PT, PCS; Edward Yang, MD, PhD; Masha Kocherginsky, PhD; Lars Adde, PhD, PT; Toril Fjørtoft, MSc, PT; Ragnhild Støen, PhD, MD; Christa Einspieler, PhD; Arend Bos, MD, PhD; Michael Schreiber, MD; Michael E. Msall, MD

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* 9. A7: PREDICTION OF NEURODEVELOPMENT USING LINEAR REGRESSION MODEL AND FORWARD FEATURE SELECTION OF NEAR-TERM REGIONAL WHITE MATTER MICROSTRUCTURE IN CHILDREN BORN PRETERM
Kornél Schadl; Rachel Vassar, BA; Katelyn Cahill-Rowley, MS; Erin E. Butler, PhD; Naama Barnea-Goraly, MD; Jessica Rose, PhD

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* 10. A8: PREDICTION OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT USING FORWARD FEATURE SELECTION AND LINEAR REGRESSION MODEL OF NEAR-TERM REGIONAL BRAIN WHITE MATTER MICROSTRUCTURE IN CHILDREN BORN PRETERM
Rachel Vassar, BA; Kornél Schadl; Katelyn Cahill-Rowley, MS; Erin E. Butler, PhD; Naama Barnea-Goraly, MD; Jessica Rose, PhD

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* 11. A9: FULL-DAY ARM MOVEMENT DATA ACROSS EARLY INFANCY: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARMS?
Beth A. Smith, PhD

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* 12. A10: ASPECTS OF HAND FUNCTION IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SIGNS OF UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY – A POPULATION BASED STUDY OF CHILDREN AGED 1-5 YEARS OLD
Gunvor L. Klevberg, OTR/L, MA; Sigrid Østensjø, PT, PhD; Lena Krumlinde-Sundholm, Reg. OT, PhD; Sonja Elkjær, OTR/L, MA; Reidun B. Jahnsen, PT, PhD

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* 13. What are the three most important things you learned from these sessions?

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* 14. How will these sessions enhance your professional effectiveness?

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* 15. How could this CME activity be improved?

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* 16. What topics would you suggest be presented in future CME activities?

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* 17. Were the sessions presented objectively and fairly?

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* 18. Was disclosure of faculty and commercial support relationships made known to you?

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* 19. Was disclosure of unapproved/investigative use(s) of commercial product(s), device(s) made?

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