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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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Skeletal Deformities of Children with Cerebral Palsy (Clinicoepidemilogical Study)

Author: DR.ALI HASSAN
Abstract: Retrospective study of (100) children with cerebral palsy of mean age 7.23 (±3.6) years, were examined in Al-Hussein Teaching Hospital in Samawa city at period from 1/6/2019 to 1/6/2020. Males (62) cases while females (38) cases. (46) cases were hemiplegia, (18) cases diplegia, (12) cases were quadriplegia, (3) cases were monoplegia, (20) cases were hypotonia, (1) case was ataxia. All patients examined for area of living, (71) cases of rural area and (29) cases of urban area. The type of delivery was assessed whether normal vaginal delivery (71) cases, caseran section (23) cases and (6) cases of forceps delivery. Neurological and physical examination of the joints were done. Radiological assessment including plain X-Ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized scan were applied. Nerve conduction study and electromyography were applied for many patients. Risk factors which are associated with development of cerebral palsy regarding the mother and the child at the prenatal, natal and postnatal period were studied. Skeletal deformities of the back, pelvis, upper limbs and lower limbs were studied and possible treatment were applied for them, the highest value was patella alta (71%), while the lowest deformity value was coxa vara (2%).
Keyword: Skeletal Deformities, Cerebral Palsy, Retrospective Study.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.279
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