Neurology

Worse Outcomes With Dyskinesia Than With Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy

Across the entire cohort, the predominant motor types featured were 70% spastic, 22% dyskinetic (21% dystonic and 1% choreoathetotic), 6% hypotonic, and 2% ataxic.

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