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How can cerebral palsy affect your organs?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Generally doesn't

By definition, CP is a condition where brain injury to the motor cortex effects movement & posture.
It does so by interfering with nerve messages that would go to skeletal muscles. It has no direct effect on the bodies organs. If the injury that created the CP was extensive enough, it could trigger seizures. visual defects or similar secondary problems. However, this is from the extra injury.

In brief: Generally doesn't

By definition, CP is a condition where brain injury to the motor cortex effects movement & posture.
It does so by interfering with nerve messages that would go to skeletal muscles. It has no direct effect on the bodies organs. If the injury that created the CP was extensive enough, it could trigger seizures. visual defects or similar secondary problems. However, this is from the extra injury.
Dr. James Ferguson
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