Cerebral Palsy

A heterogeneous group of conditions involving changeless non-progressive central motor dysfunction that influence muscle tone, posture, and development are alluded on Concerning illustration Cerebral Palsy (CP). These states normally happen because of developing infantile or fetal brain resulting from a variety of causes. Various additional symptoms frequently go with primary motor abnormalities, including altered sensation or perception, intellectual disability, communication and behavioral difficulties, seizure disorders, and musculoskeletal complications. Despite the underlying etiology itself will be not progressive, those clinical statement might change over run through as the mind matures. There is no test that confirms or standards out cerebral paralysis. Long term medication incorporates physical and other therapies, medications and sometimes surgery.

  • Track 1-1 Clinical Features & Classification
  • Track 2-2 Etiology & Prevention
  • Track 3-3 Evaluation & Diagnosis
  • Track 4-4 Management & Prognosis

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