My son is 4 and has spastic diplegia and the muscles in his legs fire off whenever he tries to do anything- even sing!
The commonest scenario is the child who has difficulty moving his legs due to spastic diplegia who has lower visual field impairment.
Medical History Bartleby has cerebral palsy in the form of a mild asymmetrical diplegia.
spastic diplegia who has lower visual field impairment.
For instance, affected muscles in one limb is monoplegia, both arms or both legs is diplegia, both limbs on one side of the body is hemiplegia, and in all four limbs is quadriplegia.
Spastic diplegia, for example, refers to continuously tight muscles that have no voluntary control in both legs, while athetoid quadraparesis describes uncontrolled writhing movements and muscle weakness in all four limbs.
Spastic diplegia is seen in more individuals than is athetoid quadraparesis.
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