Value of MR in definition of the neuropathology of cerebral palsy in vivo.

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Cerebral palsy refers to a clinical syndrome of nonprogressive motor deficits (usually spastic weakness, uncommonly choreoathetosis, rarely ataxia) of central origin with onset from early infancy. In this issue of the Journal, Truwit et al describe the MR findings in 40 patients with the clinical diagnosis of cerebral palsy (1). The purposes of their… (More)

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