Cerebral Palsy

In general term for variety of non-progressive movement disorders caused by damage to the brain.  The damage occurs before or during the birth or in the first few years of life.  The damage may cause severe crippling or total paralysis, or the symptoms may be so mild that they hardly interfere with the normal activities.  Cerebral palsy involves lack of muscle control.  AND effects of the disorder include a clumsy walk, lack of balance, shaking, jerky movements, unclear speech etc.  In some cases, brain damage also causes mental retardation, learning disability, seizures and problems in sight and hearing.
In most cases, the causes of faulty growth of the brain that result in cerebral palsy cannot be determined.  In some cases, however, brain damage may result from illness in the mother during pregnancy.  Or faulty growth of child’s brain may occur if the mother is severely malnourished during pregnancy. Brain damage can also occur during the birth process, especially in premature births.  In babies born after a normal term of pregnancy, brain damage may occur if there is a significant period of hypoxia (lack of oxygen), causing brain cells to die.  BUT, after birth, it may develop if disease or injury damages the brain or severe jaundice.  During the first year of life, infections and accidental head injuries are the most frequent causes of the condition or inflammation of the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord or encephalitis-inflammation of the brain.
Cerebral palsy could be of ataxic, athetoid, hypotonic and spastic.  In ataxic form, the victim’s voluntary movements are jerky, and a loss of balance is suffered.  In athetoid type muscles move continually.  These movements prevent or interfere greatly with voluntary actions.  A person with hypotonic cerebral palsy appears limp.  The person can move little or not at all because the muscles cannot contract.  In Spastic cerebral palsy victims have stiff muscles and cannot move some body parts and have more than one muscle disorder. Some may lose the ability to walk if they gain too much weight.  Treatment of cerebral palsy is aimed at preventing the disabilities from worsening and helping the child use his or her abilities to the best advantage.  Each type of cerebral palsy requires different therapy.  Each patient needs personal care. 
 Prevention of brain damage before, during, and soon after birth is most important way of curing cerebral palsy.
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  3. Dear Sir,
    I have checked the details of your hospital in your web site.I would like to visit your hospital but prior to that I would like to tell you about my 5 years old baby for whom I am seeking the treatment.
    He is a premature baby (i.e. unable to carry out the primary activities that a child of the same age does).Also vision is blurred due to ROP.
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    Suresh Kumar


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