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Clinical-neurosonographic parallels of intracranial hemorrhagies in early childhood
Objective. Conduct a comparative analysis of clinical and neurosonographic indicators of intracranial hemorrhage in infants.Materials and methods. In the clinical part of the study, 68 patients took part in the acute / acute periods of intracranial hemorrhage, which we took for the study on the basis of the Tashkent City Children's Clinical Hospital No1. Gender ratios of which were 69.1% boys (47 children) and 30.9% girls (21 children), from birth to 2 months of life (average age at the time ofdoi:10.24835/1607-0763-2018-6-116-122 fatcat:okj4d3lvkbanrm75o2u26h6b7i