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Name: Bryan Gille


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Cerebral palsy is a general term describing a group of chronic non-pregressive neurological symptoms which cause impaired control of movement and which are evident in the first few years of life, usually before age 3.

The disorders are induced by damage or faulty development of the motor areas in the brain, disrupting the patient's ability to control movement and posture. Symptoms of cerebral palsy include difficulty with fine motor tasks such as writing, poor balance and walking, and involuntary movements. The exact combination of symptoms differs from patient to patient and may vary over time. Some patients also have seizures and intellectual disability, however, this is not always the case.

Babies with cerebral palsy are frequently slower than average in achieving developmental milestones like learning to roll over, sit, crawl, smile, or walk. Cerebral palsy is usually thought of as congenital or perinatal, however, it can also be acquired after birth. Many of the causes of cerebral palsy that have been identified through research are preventable or even treatable: head injury, Rh incompatibility, jaundice and rubella (German measles).

 

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Our Dealing With Cerebral Palsy EbookCerebral Palsy is of different type and can be classified according to the type of movement problem or it can be classified by the involvement of body parts.

Pastic or Athetoid Cerebral Palsy is included in the classification according to type of movement and Hemiplegia, Diplegia, and Quadriplegia are the different types of Cerebral Palsy that includes the classification according the involvement of body parts.

In Spasticity the muscles are unable to relax, while in Athetosis the patient is unable to control the movement of a muscle. Hemiplegia, Diplegia, and Quadriplegia are the extremes of this Cerebral Palsy disease.

Cerebral palsy affects approximately 800,000 children adults in the United States. This ebook will help give you information, resources and tips for helping to live with this debilitating condition.

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The actual cause of Cerebral Palsy is still unknown to the medical world. As a result Doctors are unable to find out what are causing Cerebral Palsy in most young children. Some feels that congenital malformations in body systems such as kidneys, heart or spine may be responsible for developing Cerebral Palsy as they may also have malformation in their brain.

Cerebral Palsy can be found in many infant babies, caused due to the seizures done at the time of their birth. Doctors also feel that prematurity in newborn babies and below birth weight can also be the causes of Cerebral Palsy. Consuming different intoxicating drugs, smoking cigarette, and drinking alcoholic substance by a pregnant mother sometimes can also lead to the malformation of brain of her baby.

These infants whose mothers have consumed intoxicating drugs during their pregnancy mostly develop mental retardation rather than Cerebral Palsy. Human Immunodeficiency Virus that causes AIDS is also responsible for the brain damage that leads to mental retardation. Now a days with some sophisticated scans it can easily detect the Cerebral Palsy in newborn babies very easily.

 

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Cerebral palsy is classified by the type of movement problem (such as spastic or even athetoid cerebral palsy) or by he body parts affected (hemiplegia, diplegia, and quadriplegia). Spasticity refers to the inability of a muscle to relax, while athetosis refers to an inability to control its movement. Babies who are initially hypotonic ("floppy") may later develop spasticity.

Hemiplegia is cerebral palsy that involves 1 arm and 1 leg on one side of the body, whereas diplegia is the involvement of both legs. Quadriplegia refers to symptoms involving all 4 extremities as well as trunk and neck muscles. Balance and coordination problems are referred to as ataxia.

For instance, a patient with spastic diplegia has mostly spastic muscle problems of the legs, while perhaps also displaying a smaller component of athetosis and balance problems.

The patient with athetoid quadriplegia, on the more hand, would have lack of control of the muscles of both arms and legs, however such a patient will usually have smaller problems with ataxia and spasticity as well.

Normally a child with quadriplegic cerebral palsy will be unable to walk independently. The degree of impairment can vary from patient to patient and range from mild to severe, with ebook will get guidelines on coping with anything to do with cerebral palsy.....

 

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P.S Cerebral Palsy is a very fatal disease that mainly causes motor impairment that may damage the brain. This results in the symptoms of mental retardation that can be seen in young children. These children with mental disabilities have to face serious problem in interaction with their parent and society.

P.P.S. Whatever it is, you can beat it if you take the time to reevaluate your life. It will take a serious commitment on your part, but you already took the hardest step by consciously recognizing the problem.  

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