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 What tests are done to diagnose cerebral palsy?

Answer By definition cerebral palsy is motor manifestation of non progressive brain damage. Hence genetic and metabolic disorders have to be ruled out.
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How did cerebral palsy get its name?

What causes cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy can be caused by an abnormality in brain development, this usually happens before a child is born. But it also can be caused by injuries during or after birth due to medical mistakes... Read More »
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What is cerebral palsy ?

Cerebral palsy is a malfunction originating in the brain that causes motor difficulties and muscle control problems. About 8,000 babies are diagnosed with cerebral palsy, and up to 1,500 children a... Read More »
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How does a baby get cerebral palsy?

The way a baby gets cerebral palsy is unknown but is related to brain damage. the part of the brain that is damage controls movement.
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