Cerebral Palsy Can Be Diagnosed By 6 Months Of Age, Study Finds
[Source: Disability Scoop]
Cerebral palsy can be accurately diagnosed by 6 months of age, researchers say, yet kids often aren’t flagged until they’re 1 or 2, potentially losing out on valuable early intervention.
In a study looking at a half-dozen scientific reviews and two sets of clinical guidelines from experts in the field, researchers found that doctors can make a reliable diagnosis of cerebral palsy in the first months of life.
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