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Causes Of Acute Infantile Hemiplegia
Could left infantile hemiplegia affect pregnancy in future? Minor since physiotherapy for 14 yrs has helped immensely.
Unlikely an issue: Most with minor movement disorders like that described will have no significant problems with pregnancy. A discussion with your pcp before considering pregnancy would be prudent. Any associated issues like a seizure disorder (on meds) or separate health issue may have more importance to the fetus. ...Read more
Result not cause: Hemiplegic cerebral palsy is a defect in muscle control that affects only one side of the body. This is often caused by a stroke that damaged the fetal brain in utero. The stroke will leave a region of damaged brain that eventually becomes a porencephalic cyst. The stroke that resulted in the cerebral palsy may never be determined as to cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What all investigations are to be done in a female 7 months pregnancy and acute left hemiplegia .Mri showing acute cortical infarct in the MCA territo?
Echo and angiogram: First and foremost, a complete history and physical exam. Likely, an us of the legs to exclude a blood clot as well as blood work to look for a clotting abnormality would be next. Then, an echocardiogram and some type of imaging of the vessels in the neck and head. Since the patient is pregnant, an mra would likely be best. ...Read more
Plegia-n; paresis-y: Hemiplegia is a complete paralysis, usually of a limb or limbs (commonly on one side of the body and due to stroke). Largely irreversible, however well planned exercise, pt, particularly occupational therapy--maximizing functionality in activities of daily living--important. Hemiparesis is weakness: here, much can be reversed, at least improved, and other muscles can take over the same function. ...Read more
Its possible: Exercise, stretching, splinting, heat, electric stimulation and other modalities have the potential to improve a hemiplegia, usually of a brain origin. Prognosis after a spinal cord lesion may be actually better although much rarer. Of the brain causes, recovery is influenced by many factors including age, other health problems and amount of brain damaged. Sometimes no improvement will occur. ...Read more
Hemiplegia recovery: Depends on extent of injury & how soon Rehabilitation is initiated. ...Read more
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