The Definition Of Cerebral Palsy
E. Blair, C. Cans
Published 2018 · Medicine
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Cerebral palsy (CP) should not be considered as a diagnosis but as a label; it is an umbrella term. The definition is not sufficiently precise to guarantee agreement as to which patients to include under this label, but the additional inclusion criteria required are not yet internationally standardised.
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