How common are motor problems in children with a developmental disorder: rule or exception?

@article{Pieters2012HowCA,
  title={How common are motor problems in children with a developmental disorder: rule or exception?},
  author={Stefanie Pieters and Katrien De Block and J Scheiris and Marijke Eyssen and Annemie Desoete and Dirk Deboutte and Hilde van Waelvelde and Herbert Roeyers},
  journal={Child: care, health and development},
  year={2012},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={139-45}
}
BACKGROUND Few co-morbidity studies have been conducted since the Leeds Consensus Statement on developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD) in 2006. In this Statement, international cut-offs and inclusion criteria were agreed and consequently, the status of DCD changed. Furthermore, most existing co-morbidity studies are small clinical studies, rather than epidemiological studies, resulting in a broad range of co-morbidity rates. DCD has a higher incidence for boys in comparison with girls… CONTINUE READING
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