D. Truscelli

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Clinical assessment of equinus in children before and after operation was made over a twenty-year period (1958-1978), and three groups were defined. Forty-three muscles (Group I) had abnormal shortening without spasticity and the deformity progressed steadily despite immediate improvement after operation; this was considered to be the result of a lack of(More)
The common CP factor consists in permanent posture and movement disorders, with or without mental difficulties, leading to the more patent functional handicap, in standing, sitting, walking, and stiff or impaired upper limb movements. Nowadays, it seems no more adequate to sum up the CP patients by their motor troubles but it is necessary to think over the(More)