movement disorders symptoms

When a child moves their body part – the leg, the hand, their jaw, or tongue to talk – there is a complex communication between their skeletal muscles, motor nerves, and the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord). ...

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Epilepsy precautions

Epilepsy precautions Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder characterized by recurring unprovoked seizures. Medication allows around 70% of children with epilepsy to manage their seizures. Children who continue to suffer from seizures are more sensitive to the possible safety concerns ...

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birth-asphyxia-symptoms

When an infant doesn’t receive enough oxygen immediately after birth, it can lead to breathing difficulty. The infant can suffer from this condition, just before, after or during the birth. Neonatal asphyxia or perinatal asphyxia are the other names for ...

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Fragile X syndrome symptoms

Fragile X Syndrome Symptoms are physical, behavioral, mental and intellectual. The symptoms are prominent in males than females ​​​Fragile X syndrome is due to changes in the gene [(Fragile X Messenger Ribonucleoprotein 1 (FMR1)] that make a protein called (FMRP) ...

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