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GENETICALLY DETERMINED DISEASES IN THE STRUCTURE OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN CHILDREN


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There are presented results of own clinical studies of instrumental characteristics of children with hereditary diseases, initially observed with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy. Under the supervision, there were 44 children aged 2 to 16 years, including 23 boys and 21 girls. All patients were diagnosed with cerebral palsy at different age periods of life. At the same time, another type of cerebral palsy (G80.8) was established in 34 patients, spastic diplegia (G80.1) - in 5 patients, spastic cerebral palsy (G80.0) - in 4 children, pediatric hemiplegia (G80.2) - in 1 child. Prospective observation of patients revealed they to have separate phenotypic features not typical of cerebral palsy and brain MRI data, which determined the need to continue the diagnostic search with the involvement of molecular genetic studies and allowed us verifying a variety of genetically determined diseases. There is presented a comparative analysis of clinical symptoms and results of examinations of patients with genetically determined diseases and children with cerebral palsy.


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