Extremely premature infants still face daunting risks of sickness or death, even though advances in neonatal-perinatal care have improved infant survival at progressively lower gestational ages. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia—a serious condition of undeveloped lungs—is a leading morbidity in these tiny infants.
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