Cerebral palsy

@article{Wimalasundera2016CerebralP,
  title={Cerebral palsy},
  author={Neil Wimalasundera and V. Stevenson},
  journal={Practical Neurology},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={184 - 194}
}
Cerebral palsy has always been known as a disorder of movement and posture resulting from a non-progressive injury to the developing brain; however, more recent definitions allow clinicians to appreciate more than just the movement disorder. Accurate classification of cerebral palsy into distribution, motor type and functional level has advanced research. It also facilitates appropriate targeting of interventions to functional level and more accurate prognosis prediction. The prevalence of… Expand
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