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AIM To assess changes in motor function in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy using the Motor Function Measure (MFM). METHOD Three studies were performed. Two studies included only physiotherapy-treated patients, with 13 patients (males mean age 11y 7mo, SD 1y 10mo, range 8-14y) in the 3-month study and 41 patients (males mean age 14y 1mo, SD 5y(More)
OBJECTIVE To validate a useful version of the Motor Function Measure (MFM) in children with neuromuscular diseases aged <7 years old. DESIGN Two prospective cohort studies that documented the MFM completion of children aged between 2 and 7 years old. SETTING French-speaking rehabilitation departments from France, Belgium, and Switzerland. PARTICIPANTS(More)
AIMS Our objective was to clarify the clinical heterogeneity in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). METHODS The French dystrophinopathy database provided clinical, histochemical and molecular data of 278 DMD patients (mean longitudinal follow-up: 14.2 years). Diagnosis was based on mutation identification in the DMD gene. Three groups were defined(More)
BACKGROUND To examine feasibility and relevance of a multidimensional outcome assessment approach using instrumented 3-dimensional gait analysis, via the Gillette Gait Index (GGI), and a set of validated functional and health-related quality of life tools in diplegic cerebral palsy children, before introduction as a nationwide evaluation set. METHODS A(More)
OBJECTIVE To develop a classification for neuromuscular disease patients in each of the three motor function domains (D1: standing and transfers; D2: axial and proximal function; D3: distal function). MATERIALS AND METHODS A draft classification was developed by a study group and then improved by qualitative validation studies (according to the Delphi(More)
The objective of this work was to study the natural history of dystrophinopathies and the genotype-phenotype correlations made possible by the development of the clinical part of the French DMD database. The collection of 70,000 clinical data for 600 patients with an average longitudinal follow-up of 12years enabled clarification of the natural history of(More)
INTRODUCTION The literature is controversial about how to manage scoliosis in cerebral palsy patients with total body involvement. Spinal fusion is admitted as the only means to stop the evolution of the curve but remains associated with many complications. OBJECTIVES The aim of this descriptive study was to formulate hypotheses concerning the interest of(More)
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