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Understanding the Neurological and Functional Development of Children with Critical Congenital Heart DiseaseDownload
Critical congenital heart disease (cCHD) encompasses the most severe forms of congenital heart defects. To survive, infants with cCHD must undergo complex cardiac surgeries (CCS) in early life. Thanks to continuous improvements in the overall care of these children, survival rates have improved...
Background: Aphasia is a communication disorder resulting from stroke, characterized by difficulty speaking, listening, reading and writing. Recent evidence suggests that persons with aphasia (PWA) can exhibit impairments in cognition, such as inhibition. Inhibition is the ability to suppress...