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ARTICLE 3: Neurodevelopmental profiles of children with unilateral cerebral palsy

ARTICLE 3:

Neurodevelopmental profiles of children with unilateral cerebral palsy

associated with middle cerebral artery and periventricular venous infarctions

Source: Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2021
Author: Fehlings D et al.

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Article 3: Neurodevelopmental profiles of children with unilateral cerebral palsy associated with middle cerebral artery and periventricular venous infarctions.

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Question One: Children with PVI were predominantly born at term.

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Question Two: Developmental profiles of individuals with unilateral CP hardly differ according to infarction type.

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Question Three: 320 children were analysed with their neuro-images in this study.

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Question Four: The article cites unilateral CP as:

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Question Five: Based on information from existing population-based registries, the majority of children with unilateral CP are:

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Question Six: When children with unilateral CP and MCA injuries were compared to the PVI group, they
demonstrated:

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Question Seven: An MCA infarction is described as:

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Question Eight: This cross-sectional sampling study was conducted:

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Question Nine: For children with impaired sensory function, during therapy…

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Question Ten: One of the limitations of the study was that:

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Question Eleven: A child was eligible for enrolment in the study if they were:

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Question Twelve: Based on gathered data, what percentage of children with CP have epilepsy?

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Question Thirteen: Vision abnormalities were reported in 31% of children with unilateral CP, with the most common impairment being:

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Question Fourteen: The study showed that the majority of children in the MCA and the PVI groups were:

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Question Fifteen: A unique finding of the study is that:

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