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Category: Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy

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What are the different forms and symptoms of cerebral palsy?

The specific forms of cerebral palsy are determined by the extent, type, and location of a child’s abnormalities. Doctors classify cerebral palsy according to the type of movement disorder involved…

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What are the symptoms of CP?

CP can affect cognitive, motor, visual, sensory, speech, coordination, and autonomic functions.  Below are the some of the most commonly associated deficits associated with cerebral palsy.

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What are the different forms and symptoms of cerebral palsy?

The specific forms of cerebral palsy are determined by the extent, type, and location of a child’s abnormalities. Doctors classify cerebral palsy according to the type of movement disorder involved — spastic (stiff muscles), athetoid (writhing movements), or ataxic… (poor balance and coordination) — plus any additional symptoms.
Doctors will often describe the type of cerebral palsy a child has

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What are the symptoms of CP?

CP can affect cognitive, motor, visual, sensory, speech, coordination, and autonomic functions.  Below are the some of the most commonly associated deficits associated with cerebral palsy.

Most frequently encountered deficits related to cerebral palsy

Cognitive – The area of the brain injured can cause varying symptoms.  For example, if the frontal lobe suffers damage, the child can suffer problems

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What is cerebral palsy?

Cerebral Palsy (“CP”) is a group of non-progressive neurodegenerative disorders.  It is caused by brain abnormalities or injuries usually during birth or shortly after, although symptoms may not be detected until months or years later.  The symptoms and prognosis of CP depend on the specific parts of the brain damaged.
There are several different types or forms of cerebral palsy:…

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What is athetoid cerebral palsy?

Also referred to as, dyskenetic cerebral palsy / choreoathetoid / dystonic cerebral palsy, Children with athetoid cerebral palsy suffer from damage to the basal ganglia.  The damaged basal ganglia commonly manifests symptoms that including involuntary movements that make the child seem restless.  In reality the involuntary movements can make the most basic movements such as: sitting up straight, walking or

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