Sleep abnormalities in patients with severe cerebral palsy.

Abstract

The all-night polysomnographic findings of nine patients with spastic quadriparesis (mean age 36.7 months) were analysed retrospectively and compared with those of nine age-matched controls (mean age 37.4 months). The cerebral palsy group had significantly more respiratory disturbances per hour of sleep, with five of nine being diagnosed as having… (More)

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@article{Kotagal1994SleepAI, title={Sleep abnormalities in patients with severe cerebral palsy.}, author={Suresh Kotagal and Veronique Gibbons and John A Stith}, journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology}, year={1994}, volume={36 4}, pages={304-11} }