Cerebral Palsy Veena Slaich
INDEX
A
Anoxia 16, 20
Arthrodesis 77
Asphyxia 19
Ataxia 7, 36, 91
Athetoid 6
Athetosis 24, 90
Atonia 7
Attitudinal or postural reflexes 52
associated reactions 52
hand reactions 53
labyrinthine reflexes 52
postural reactions 58
righting reflexes 52, 56
tonic reflexes
labyrinthine 55
lumbar 52, 56
neck 52, 55
B
Ballismus 25
Braces or calipers 144
C
Calcaneus deformity 86
Cerebral palsy 1
applied anatomy and pathology 21
applied anatomy and physiology 21
broad spectrum of etiology 1520
classification and diagnosis 2426
definition 6
etiology 1012
historical background 1
history of cerebral palsy 5
occupational therapy in the treatment 1
pathogenesis 10
risk factors
birth defects 13
complicated labor and delivery 13
low Apgar score 13
low birthweight and premature birth 14
maternal bleeding 14
maternal hyperthryroidism 14
mental retardation or seizures 14
multiple births 14
nervous system malformations 14
seizures in the newborn 14
severe proteinuria late in pregnancy 14
symptoms 29
types 28
warning signs 14
Chorea 25
Common cerebral palsy terms 172
Conductive education 151
D
Degenerative arthritis of the spine 142
Department planning and organization
basic points to be considered 169
layout plan of occupational therapy department 171
size of institution 169
type of institution 169
Derangements of the hip joint 81
Diagnosis of cerebral palsy 30
diagnostic features by Illingworth 34
diagnostic procedures 33
early signs 3132
examination in detail 31
modalities of the treatment 37
physical inspection 35
Disabled related services 159
Dominance theory 96
Dystonia 25
E
Equilibrium reactions 153
Equinus deformities of the foot 84
Erbs palsy treatments informations 176
Erect postural tone 125
F
Fetal cerebral hemorrhage 17
Flexion-adduction deformities of the hip 79
G
Gait characteristics 131
H
Handedness testing 96
Hearing defects 122
Hemorrhage during pregnancy 17
I
Internal rotation deformity at the hip 81
J
Joint deformity
hip 79
knee 82
K
Kernicterus 17
Kyphosis 139
L
Laterality 122
Lordosis 139
M
Mass limb reflexes 125
Maternal toxemia 18
Mid stance 132
Muscle education and braces 143
Muscles education 144
N
Neurological control mechanisms 124
Neuromotor development 148
O
Occupational therapy 44, 88, 97, 160
differentiation of dominance problems 113
equipments in occupational therapy 101
treatment techniques 114
treatment in occupation therapy 91
Orthopedic surgery 65
lower extremity 79
upper extremity 65
P
Pelvis
inclination 139
obliquity 140
rotation 141
Perceptual motor function 154
Play therapy 167
Postural mechanisms 152
Primitive locomotor patterns 125
Professional therapeutic team 60
Progressive pattern movements 145
Prolonged labor 18
Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation techniques 147
Psychological evaluation of children 121
Pyramidal motor pathways 21
R
Recreational facilities 159, 167
Reflex creeping 150
Reflex response 146
Remedial treatment 164
Rigidity 6, 36, 91
S
Sclerosing atrophy of the brain 23
Scoliosis 137
ambulatory CP 138
non-ambulatory CP 137
Seizures 121
Selective control 126
Sensorimotor experience 149
Sensory defects 122
Spasticity 6, 90, 125
Special education 156
components 157
counseling 159
recreational facilities 159
remedial treatment 158
special curriculum 158
special housing and equipment 158
transportation 158
components of a special therapy program 163
functional training in activities of daily living 165
provision for special schools 162
purpose 161
quality 161
relation to normal education 157
remedial treatment 164
teachers for disabled children 163
teaching orthopedically handicapped child 163
type of special education facilities 157
Speech therapy 166
Spinal deformities 137
Standing stability during walking 130
Stationary standing posture 126
Stride length 131
Subdural hematoma of infants 24
Swing (pick-up) 134
Synergistic movement patterns 146
T
Temple fay 145
Thumb-in-palm deformity 76
Transfer of flexor carpi ulnaris 75
Tremor 7, 37, 91
V
Valgus deformity of the foot 87
Varus deformity of the foot 86
Visual defects 120
Voluntary motion 153
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