Congenital cerebral palsy is the term used to describe cerebral palsy that arises as a result of damage that occurs either before birth or during birth. Acquired cerebral palsy is the other type of cerebral palsy, and describes cerebral palsy that results from damage that occurs more than 28 days after birth. Most cases of...
Cerebral palsy refers to a group of neurological conditions which affect the ability to control muscles and therefore movement. It is caused when the brain develops abnormally, or when a developing brain suffers an injury. Unfortunately, the abnormal development or brain damage can’t be repaired, and the impairments suffered are permanent. There are two types...
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