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Toddler overcomes cerebral palsy misdiagnosis

A two year old profoundly deaf toddler was diagnosed with ‘mild’ cerebral palsy. After a cochlear implant, she gained good hearing and by the age of four was a normal active girl. What was diagnosed as cerebral palsy was simply the results of being born profoundly deaf – delayed development such as walking.

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About: Toddler overcomes cerebral palsy misdiagnosis

Date: 15 May 2004

Author: Scott Fowler


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