Study: 50% of children with cerebral palsy have speech disorders

12/7/2012 | MedWire News (U.K.)

Study data on Swedish children with cerebral palsy found 50% had a speech disorder and the type varied by CP subtype. According to the study in Acta Paediatrica, children with bilateral palsy and ataxic children were most likely to have speech disorders while those with dyskinetic cerebral palsy were more often nonverbal.

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