Early Signs of Cerebral Palsy Poorly Studied, Can Delay Help
A clear hand preference in the first year or two of life, and delayed motor milestones are commonly cited as early signs of cerebral palsy (CP), a review study reported.
But care providers need more to act on suspicions of CP promptly, getting a young child into rehabilitation and treatments that could preserve skills, and such research is lacking, its authors said.
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Article Written By : Marisa Wexler , MS
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