General Child Neurology
Cerebral palsy is characterized by abnormalities in tone, posture, and movement, and associated impairments including motor dysfunction, language delay, seizures, strabismus, dysphagia, orthopedic deformities, and cognitive problems. It represents a group of nonprogressive genetic and acquired childhood neurologic disorders that occur as a result of early injury to the developing brain.
Apr. 05, 2021