Cerebral palsy is a disorder of posture and movement that is

nonprogressive in nature. The disorder may be viewed as an artificial or umbrella term encompassing a group of symptoms occurring secondary to an insult to the immature brain. This insult may occur pre-, peri-, or postnatally. Sequelae include impairments in the control of selective movement, abnormalities in muscle tone, and impaired activation between agonist/antagonist musculature. Impairments in speech, vision, hearing, cognition, and seizure disorder are also frequently associated with this disorder.

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