2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Impact of cerebral palsy outline: A research review
Author(s): Sharath Hullumani V
Abstract: Cerebral Palsy identifies a category of chronic movement and posture development disorders that involve impairment of activity, which are developed in the foetal or infant developing brain. It is understood that the possible causes of CP arise in the prenatal stage of development and the perinatal or natal phase, and the postnatal or post neonatal phase associated with congenital issues. It is the result of permanent static cerebral motor cortex lesion that occurs before or within 2 years of birth. While the lesion does not alter itself, the clinical symptoms shift as the child grows and develops. CP is the result of chronic static cerebral motor cortex lesion that occurs before or within two years of birth. Although the lesion does not alter itself, the clinical symptoms shift as the child grows and develops. The removal of spasticity helps many patients with CP to more easily and reliably use what selective motor ability they possess. CP associated spasticity can lead to complications of the musculoskeletal system such as contractures, pain, and subluxation. Related cognitive disorders result from the motor dysfunction.
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Sharath Hullumani V. Impact of cerebral palsy outline: A research review. International Journal of Childhood and Development Disorders. 2021; 2(1): 10-14. DOI: 10.22271/27103935.2021.v2.i1a.4