Cerebral Palsy symptomsCerebral Palsy
Symptoms could include:
- Mental Retardation
- Hearing Impairment
- Developmental Delay
- Muscle Spasticity
- Feeding Difficulties
- Abnormal coordination
- Unsteady Gait
- Motor Retardation
- Gait Abnormality
- Irregular Breathing
- Mobility Limitation
- Disorders of Communication
- Muscle spasms
- Involuntary Movements
- Visual Impairment
- Teeth Grinding
- Muscle Rigidity
- Poor Muscle Tone
- Visual Disturbance
- Unable to Stand
- Writhing Movements
- Growth retardation
- Unable to Write
- Joint Contracture
- Blurred vision
- Speech Articulation Problems
- Peg-Shaped Teeth
- Altered Growth And Development of Social Skills
- Uneven Limb Lengths
- Tremor, Muscle
Mental retardation or intellectual disability, (MR/ID), exists in children whose brains do not develop properly or function within the normal range. There are four levels of retardation: mild, moderate, severe, and profound. Sometimes, MR/ID may b
Hearing loss is when you are unable to partially or completely hear sound in one or both of your ears. In most people, hearing loss begins after age 20 (
When your muscles contract, become stiff, or spasm involuntarily, it is called spasticity . Spasticity can make it difficult to walk, move, or talk. It can be uncomfortable and painful at times. Spasticity occurs when the nerve impulses that cont
Feeding disorder of infancy and early childhood is commonly diagnosed if your child meets the following diagnostic criteria from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR): He or she is six years old or younger.
Unsteady gait is a symptom of instability while walking. Problems with walking can be due to disease or injury to the legs, feet, spine, or brain.
Walking abnormalities are abnormal, uncontrollable walking patterns. They may be inherited or caused by other factors, such as diseases or injuries. Walking abnormalities may affect the muscles, bones, or nerves of the legs. These abnormalities
The average person takes between eight and 16 breaths per minute. Rapid shallow breathing, also called tachypnea , occurs when you take more breaths than normal in a given minute. When a person breathes rapidly, it is sometimes called hypervent
Uncoordinated movement is also known as lack of coordination, coordination impairment, and loss of coordination. The medical term for this problem is ataxia. For most people, body movements are smooth, coordinated, and seamless. Such things as wal
Seizures are changes in the brain's electrical activity. This can cause dramatic, noticeable symptoms or even no symptoms at all. The symptoms of a severe seizure are often widely recognized, including violent shaking and loss of control.
Communication disorders can affect how a person receives, sends, processes, and understands concepts.
Charley horse is another name for a muscle spasm. Charley horses can occur in virtually any muscle, but they are most common in the legs. These spasms are marked by extremely uncomfortable muscle contractions. The muscles don't relax for
Uncontrollable movement refers to involuntary motions in an individual. They may also be referred to as involuntary body movements. You can experience these movements in almost any part of the body, including the neck, face, and limbs. There are
A broken bone, or fracture, happens when excessive force applied to your bone causes it to break or shatter. Some fractures break the bone completely, while others just cause a crack in the bone. Fracture types vary depending on the circumstances
Muscle rigidity is an alteration of muscle tone in which the muscles are in an involuntary state of continual tension. Muscle rigidity can be a manifestation of neurological damage (basal ganglia diseases) or a side effect of certain medications.
Hypotonia , or poor muscle tone, is usually detected at birth or during infancy. If your infant has hypotonia, he or she may appear limp at birth and not be able to keep his or her knees and elbows slightly bent. Your child may continue to strugg
Growth retardation occurs when a fetus doesn't develop at a normal rate. It is widely referred to as intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). The term intrauterine growth retardation is also used. Children with IUGR are much smaller
A contracture deformity is the result of a stiffness or constriction in your muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, or skin that restricts normal movement. It develops when your normally pliable connective tissues become less flexible. This means yo
Hazy vision, cloudy vision, blurred vision are all problems with seeing clearly. Any change in your normal vision is cause for concern and is a good reason to call a doctor for an examination.
Dystonia is the term used to describe involuntary muscle contractions that cause slow and repetitive movements. The head and neck area, the trunk of the body, and the extremities are the parts of the body that are most often affected, according to
Dysarthria is a motor-speech disorder. It causes the inability to coordinate or control the muscles in your face, mouth, and respiratory system.