Chorioamnionitis, a major cause of preterm birth with significant neonatal morbidity and mortality, frequently occurs in mothers who are free of symptoms. A combined clinical, radiologic, and pathologic study of 129 very low birth weight infants indicated a significant association between a markedly decreased thymic size at birth and subclinical chorioamnionitis.

DE FELICE, C., Toti, P., Santopietro, R., Stumpo, M., Pecciarini, L., & Bagnoli, F. (1999). Small thymus in very low birth weight infants born to mothers with subclinical chorioamnionitis. THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS, 135, 384-386.

Small thymus in very low birth weight infants born to mothers with subclinical chorioamnionitis.

TOTI, PAOLO;BAGNOLI, FRANCO
1999

Abstract

Chorioamnionitis, a major cause of preterm birth with significant neonatal morbidity and mortality, frequently occurs in mothers who are free of symptoms. A combined clinical, radiologic, and pathologic study of 129 very low birth weight infants indicated a significant association between a markedly decreased thymic size at birth and subclinical chorioamnionitis.
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