Cerebral palsy is a term used for disorders that consist of difficulty controlling movement due to damage to the developing brain, according to WebMD. Cerebral palsy is not a progressive disorder, meaning that the underl... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, cerebral palsy develops due to a disruption in brain development that generally occurs when a child is still in the womb. In most cases, the trigger that leads to the disruption is unknown, but ... More »

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Some symptoms of cerebral palsy include lack of muscle coordination, difficulty in eating or sucking milk from breast, intellectual disabilities, urinary inconsistency, oral diseases, difficulty in walking, drooling, del... More »

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Cerebral atrophy, or brain shrinkage, can result from traumatic brain injuries, strokes, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy or Alzheimerメs disease, explains the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Th... More »

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Cerebral palsy is a brain disease that sometimes results from a lack of oxygen at birth, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lack of oxygen at birth may also lead to developmental problems, attention d... More »

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The purpose of rotator-cuff surgery is to repair the damage from a shoulder injury, and to improve shoulder movement and function, according to WebMD. The surgery attempts to provide relief from shoulder pain by fixing t... More »

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During late persistent Lyme disease, the latest stage of Lyme disease, the infection can cause damage to the nervous system, joints and brain, according to WebMD. The symptoms can worsen and include weakness, numbness in... More »

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