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Pathophysiology of muscle contractures in cerebral palsy.
Mathewson MA and Lieber RL. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2015 - Review. PMID 25479779 Free PMC article.
Patients with cerebral palsy present with a variety of adaptations to muscle structure and function. These pathophysiologic symptoms include functional deficits such as decreased force production and range of motion, in addition to changes in muscle structure such as decreased muscle belly size, increased sarcomere length, and altered extracellular matrix structure and composition. On a cellular level, patients with cerebral palsy have fewer muscle stem cells, termed satellite cells, and altered gene expression. ...
Patients with cerebral palsy present with a variety of adaptations to muscle structure and function. These pathophysiologic sy …
Cerebral palsy.
Dean E. Nurs Child Young People 2017. PMID 28395607
Essential facts Cerebral palsy, the term for several neurological conditions that affect movement and coordination, is the leading cause of physical disability in children and young people in the developed world. ...
Essential facts Cerebral palsy, the term for several neurological conditions that affect movement and coordination, is the lea …
Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cerebral palsy.
O'Shea TM. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2008 - Review. PMID 18981805 Free PMC article.
In a majority of cases, the predominant motor abnormality is spasticity; other forms of cerebral palsy include dyskinetic (dystonia or choreo-athetosis) and ataxic cerebral palsy. ...In addition to the motor impairment, individuals with cerebral palsy may have sensory impairments, cognitive impairment, and epilepsy. ...
In a majority of cases, the predominant motor abnormality is spasticity; other forms of cerebral palsy include dyskinetic (dys …
A Critical Evaluation of Current Concepts in Cerebral Palsy.
Brandenburg JE, et al. Physiology (Bethesda) 2019 - Review. PMID 30968751
Spastic cerebral palsy (CP), despite the name, is not consistently identifiable by specific brain lesions. CP animal models focus on risk factors for development of CP, yet few reproduce the diagnostic symptoms. ...
Spastic cerebral palsy (CP), despite the name, is not consistently identifiable by specific brain lesions. CP animal models fo …
Cerebral palsy.
Johnston MV and Hoon AH. Neuromolecular Med 2006 - Review. PMID 17028368
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders of movement and posture resulting from nonprogressive disturbances of the fetal or neonatal brain. ...
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders of movement and posture resulting from nonprogressive disturbances of the fetal or
Placental pathology and cerebral palsy.
Redline RW. Clin Perinatol 2006 - Review. PMID 16765734
Recent classification systems of cerebral palsy call for an assessment of the timing and etiology of brain injury. The placenta is an underused resource for addressing these important questions. An expert assessment of the placental pathology can provide temporally and mechanistically specific data not available from any other source. ...
Recent classification systems of cerebral palsy call for an assessment of the timing and etiology of brain injury. The placent …
Localization of Basal Ganglia and Thalamic Damage in Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy.
Aravamuthan BR and Waugh JL. Pediatr Neurol 2016 - Review. PMID 26706479
BACKGROUND: Dyskinetic cerebral palsy affects 15%-20% of patients with cerebral palsy. Basal ganglia injury is associated with dyskinetic cerebral palsy, but the patterns of injury within the basal ganglia predisposing to dyskinetic cerebral palsy are unknown, making treatment difficult. ...Reviews and articles primarily addressing genetic or toxic causes of cerebral palsy were excluded yielding 22 studies (304 subjects). ...
BACKGROUND: Dyskinetic cerebral palsy affects 15%-20% of patients with cerebral palsy. Basal ganglia injury is a …
Children with Cerebral Palsy Hyper-Gate Somatosensory Stimulations of the Foot.
Kurz MJ, et al. Cereb Cortex 2018. PMID 28591842 Free PMC article.
We currently have a substantial knowledge gap in our understanding of the neurophysiological underpinnings of the sensory perception deficits often reported in the clinic for children with cerebral palsy (CP). ...
We currently have a substantial knowledge gap in our understanding of the neurophysiological underpinnings of the sensory perception deficit …
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