The Patterns of Spine and Hip Orthopaedic Complications in Children with Cerebral Palsy at Mulago Hospital.
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Cerebral Palsy is a disorder of posture and movement, resulting from a defeat or lesion of the immature brain. While the neurological lesion is non-progressive, Cerebral palsy is certainly a progressive Orthopaedic condition. A 65% prevalence od Scoliosis and hip subluxation/ dislocation has been reported in some studies. these patterns can be modified by treatment.