Motor Function

The capacity to engage in motor activity is essential for successful existence. Motor function is subserved by a highly organized multilevel neural system in which cerebral white matter plays a vital role. The corticosp-inal and corticobulbar tracts provide controlling input to lower systems in the spinal cord and brain stem, respectively. Lesions of these tracts may produce paresis, paralysis, spasticity, incontinence, dysarthria, and dysphagia. A wheelchair-bound existence from the effects of motor system lesions is one of the most feared sequelae of cerebral white matter disorders.

Aspergers Answers Revealed

Aspergers Answers Revealed

Learn How to Help, Understand amp Cope with your Aspergers Child from a UK Chartered Educational Psychologist. Before beginning any practice relating to Aspergers it is highly recommended that you first obtain the consent and advice of a qualified health,education or social care professional.

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