diplegia

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paralysis of corresponding parts on both sides of the body

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I was researching spastic diplegia cerebral palsy and came across an online article on SDR operations," said Joanne.
After her mum noticed development delays, with Leah unable to sit up on her own, a MRI scan confirmed she had spastic diplegia.
Incidence of spinal abnormalities in patients with spastic diplegia 17 to 26 years after selective dorsal rhizotomy.
1-3) Recently the group focused on several outcomes in children and adolescents with a diagnosis of spastic diplegia (SD).
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.
She sufferers from spastic diplegia cerebral palsy and can only get around with the use of a standing frame.
He was diagnosed at 18 months old with Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy and has been receiving services from Children's Hospital Boston since 2007.
Four-year-old Ben Elliott was diagnosed with spastic diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy, two years ago.
The adorable youngster has spastic diplegia, a form of cerebral palsy that makes even sitting painful.
Damiano DL, Kelly LE, Vaughn CL (1995a) Effects of quadriceps femoris muscle strengthening on crouch gait in children with spastic diplegia.
Kilgour GM, McNair PJ and Stott NS (2005): Range of motion in children with Spastic Diplegia, GMFCS I-II compared to age and gender matched controls.
Katie, 22, suffers from cerebral palsy spastic diplegia.
Extreme maternal hypothyroidism leads to neurological cretinism, which can include spastic diplegia (a form of cerebral palsy), deafness, and severe mental retardation.
The 12year-old was born prematurely resulting in a spastic diplegia type of cerebral palsy.
Nathan was diagnosed with spastic diplegia, which causes uncontrolled muscle tightening in his legs.