diplegia


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paralysis of corresponding parts on both sides of the body

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Our results pertaining to children with diplegia indicate that they also tend to exhibit gross motor function difficulties at the first four GMFCS levels.
used transverse-friction massage on calf muscles of patients with spastic diplegia and suggested that it resets sacromere lengths and leads to improved proprioceptive feedback.
children with spastic diplegia may be able to stand, because they may use their hip adductor spasticity to increase truncal tone, which forms a stable base for them to stay erect.
William Little in 1861 named what equates to diplegia cerebral palsy--Little disease.
Facial diplegia as unusual variant of Guillain-Barre syndrome: first case reported in Venezuela.
O sujeito da pesquisa foi uma adolescente de 16 anos, com PC mista, diplegia e ataxia.
Dewi has diplegia spastic cerebral palsy which affects both of his legs, they get really, really stiff and tight.
Inspirational Leah, from Rowley Regis, suffers from spastic diplegia, which leaves her leg muscles so tight that she cannot place her feet on the ground.
Almost 52 percent of patients with spastic tetraplegia, 22 percent with spastic diplegia, and 15.
Our patient presented with AIDP and facial diplegia following recent recovery from P.
A paralisia cerebral do tipo diplegia espastica (PC-D), por definicao, caracteriza-se por comprometimento bilateral, envolvendo os quatro membros com predominio dos membros inferiores, tendo como expectativa primordial alteracoes envolvendo cintura pelvica e atividades ligadas especificamente a marcha.
At nine months, she was still struggling to support herself and she was eventually diagnosed with spastic diplegia - a form of cerebral palsy.
Beth, who attends St Benedict's Catholic Primary School in Redcar, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy spastic diplegia in August 2011, when she was two.
Over the last couple of years our research group has studied the well-being of adults with spastic diplegia living in South Africa (mostly based in the vicinity of Cape Town).
The night at East Z East in the Kings Dock will benefit Susanna Petersburska who is unable to walk independently due to spastic diplegia cerebral palsy.