[braz-uh l-tuh n] /ˈbræz əl tən/
Brazelton behavioral scale: a test widely used to evaluate infants’ responses to environmental stimuli.
- Neonatal hepatitis
neonatal hepatitis n. Hepatitis of unknown cause characterized by the onset of obstructive jaundice in the first few weeks of life and marked by hepatocyte degeneration and the appearance of multinucleated giant cells in the liver.
- Neonatal herpes
neonatal herpes n. A herpesvirus type two infection transmitted to the newborn during passage through an infected birth canal.
- Neonatal medicine
neonatal medicine n. See neonatology.
- Neonatal tetany
neonatal tetany n. A continuous general muscular hypertonicity in newborns and young infants. Also called tetanism.