Dubowitz score

Du·bo·witz score

(dū'bō-wits),
a method of clinical assessment of gestational age in the newborn that includes neurologic criteria for the infant's maturity and other physical criteria to determine the gestational age of the infant; useful from birth to 5 days of life.

Du·bo·witz score

(dū'bŏ-wits skōr)
A method of clinical assessment of gestational age in the newborn that includes neurologic criteria for the infant's maturity and other physical criteria to determine the gestational age of the infant; useful from birth to 5 days of life.

Dubowitz tool

, Dubowitz score (doo′bŏ-wĭts)
[Lilly and Victor Dubowitz, contemporary South African physicians]
A method of estimating the gestational age of an infant based on 21 strictly defined physical and neurological signs. This method provides the correct gestational age ±2 weeks in 95% of infants.

Dubowitz,

Victor, South African-English pediatrician, 1931–.
Dubowitz score - a method of clinical assessment of gestational age in the newborn.
Dubowitz syndrome - congenital dwarfism.