Cerebral Palsy Infant

A cerebral palsy infant is a child that has suffered some level of brain damage that has lead to difficulty controlling muscles in the body. During birth, or sometimes due to other conditions such as infections, the brain has damage in such a way as to limit the individual's brain control over muscles and nerves in the affected regions of the body. Although the condition is rarely diagnosed in infants, it is most commonly diagnosed within the first five years of life. Cerebral palsy can affect people in different ways, with some being more limited than others are. Symptoms include poor coordination, fine and gross motor skill difficulty and seizures. Many children express developmental delays including learning disabilities. The condition leads to various degrees of severity.

Fast Facts

  • 1 in every 278 eight year old children are suffering with cerebral palsy of some level in the United States.
  • About 10,000 babies and infants are diagnosed with cerebral palsy each year.

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  • Types of Cerebral Palsy

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    Cerebral palsy (CP) is a congenital medical disorder that is primarily characterized by a lack of muscle tone,...
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    Cerebral palsy is a term used to refer to a group of chronic conditions which affect body movements and muscle...
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    Symptoms of cerebral palsy in infant? Cerebral Palsy is a type of brain damage than can greatly affect a child...
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    Cerebral palsy is a term which applies to a wide range of conditions.  Overall, cerebral palsy occurs where on...
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