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LOWER LIMB FUNCTION

@inproceedings{Thomason2014LOWERLF,
  title={LOWER LIMB FUNCTION},
  author={Pam Thomason and J. Rodda and K. Willoughby and H. Graham},
  year={2014}
}
  • Pam Thomason, J. Rodda, +1 author H. Graham
  • Published 2014
  • Introduction The 2006 definition of cerebral palsy (CP) has been widely accepted and is recommended as the most useful operational definition of CP (Rosenbaum et al. 2007). This definition includes the term ‘secondary musculoskeletal problems’ as part of the spectrum of features seen in CP. This recognizes the impact of musculoskeletal pathologies on functioning for persons with CP. The focus of this section will be the effects of the brain lesion on the motor function of the lower limbs… CONTINUE READING
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