Exposure to toxins/drugs
Infections or fever
Abnormal fetal movement
Preeclampsia (especially proteinuria)
Poor maternal weight gain
Family-centered care and coordination in a medical home directed toward optimizing health, activity, and participation
Interdisciplinary clinics: services (medical, surgical, therapy) coordin...
Requirements for specialty care vary greatly with the degree of disability and impairment. An interdisciplinary clinic setting may be more appropriate for a child...
Delgado MR, Hirtz D, Aisen M, et al; for Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology, the Practice Committee of the Child Neurology Society. Practice paramet...
343.9 Infantile cerebral palsy, unspecified
343.0 Congenital diplegia
343.1 Congenital hemiplegia
343.2 Congenital quadriplegia
343.4 Infantile hemiplegia
343.3 Congenital monoplegia
343.8 Other s...
Q: Is severe clumsiness a form of CP?
A: Mild spastic diplegia or hemiplegia may present this way, but tone abnormalities and significant functional impairments distinguish CP from the milder speci...
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