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July-December 2016| Vol 2| Issue 2

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Interventions on hyperexcited motor circuits: Science or bias and confusion – what can be done?

It is interesting to note that the interventions on hyperexcited spasticity or dystonia-related motor circuits (mono- or poly-synaptic) have two extremes. On one extreme, there are nonablative proce...


Review Article

Neuronal apoptosis of the developing brain: Influence of anesthetics

Surgeries and multiple procedures are undertaken on millions of children all over the world which involves exposure of these children to anesthetics during the stage of brain development. There is a...


Original Article

Testicular characteristics of children with cerebral palsy: Our experience

Introduction: Cerebral palsy (CP) is a chronic neurologic disorder. The hallmark of CP is the abnormality of movement and posture, but there may be other associated abnormalities; however, as...


Original Article

Does Q angle change in spastic diplegia children?

Background: Spastic diplegia is a form of cerebral palsy that is a chronic neuromuscular condition of hypertonia and spasticity manifested as an especially high and constant tightness or stif...


Original Article

Comorbidities and their relationship to subtype of cerebral palsy in a tertiary care hospital in South India

Introduction: Comorbid conditions such as intellectual disability (ID), visual disability, epilepsy, and hearing impairment are associated with cerebral palsy (CP). For many children with cer...


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