Cerebral palsy Diagnosis

The term Cerebral palsy also called as CP; Cerebral palsy is an abnormality of motor function it is due to the result of brain lesions that are nonprogressive (as opposed to mental function) and postural tone that is acquired at an early age, even before birth. Cerebral palsy affects generally seen one to three out of every thousand children born but it is much higher in infants born with very low weight and also in premature infants. Common tests that involve neurologists or neuroradiologists include neuroimaging, such as cranial ultrasound, computed tomography scan (CT scan), and magnetic resonance imaging scans (MRIs).

 

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