Table 1: Various forms of white matter damage (WMD) in term-born neonates at 37–43 weeks gestation diagnosed by cranial ultrasound examination at a median of 8 days (range 1–30 days) after birth.

#Patient codeLateral ventricle asymmetryLateral ventricle enlargementLateral ventricle bilateral enlargement Posthemorrhagic hydrocephalusDiffuse periventricular leukomalaciaCystic periventricular leukomalacia (porencephaly)White matter damage present

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2341001001
3711100001
4890110001
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81501100001
91980110001
102281100001
112391100001
122441100001
132501100001
142730110001
152810110001
162820110001
172861101001
182950001001
192951100001
203210110001
213281100001
223321100001
233371100001
243531100001
253700110001
263710110001
273730110001
283930110001
293940110001
303951100001
314061100001
324410110001
334450110001
344920110001
355050110001
365170110001
375460110001
385480110001
395620110001
405721100001
415820110001
426000110001
436271100001
446301100001
456340000101
466840110001
476970110001
487691100001
498131100001
508501100001
518761100001
528920110001
538990000101
549020110001
559151100001
569620110001
579621100001
581,0931100001
591,1180110001
601,1481100001
611,4450110001
1–61Sum29/6157/6129/613/612/610/6161/61
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1 = yes; 0 = no; Bilateral enlargement of the lateral ventricle is defined as an enlargement of the lateral ventricle without ventricular asymmetry; physiologic variants of mild enlargements of lateral ventricles according to the criteria given in Materials and Methods are coded “0”.