Table 1

Clinical characteristics of individuals with cerebral palsy (R = right, L = left M = male, F = female, BS = bilateral spastic, D = dyskinetic and A = ataxic)
Dominant motor impairment HOUSE right hand HOUSE left hand CP subgroup Gestational age ( weeks ) GMFCS Mental retardation Epilepsy Medication Neuroimaging findings
R 2 6 BS 36 2 No Yes Antiepileptic Ventricular asymmetry in supratentorial area, wide ventricular cavities
R 5 7 A 40 4 No No No Cortical atrophy with asymmetrical subcortical damage in temporal lobes, brainstem atrophy and hypoplasia
R 6 8 A 40 1 Moderate No No Collapsed lateral ventriculi, periencephalic cavity in occipital and posterior parietal areas
R 3 6 BS 28 2 No No No N/A
R 3 6 BS 40 1 No No No N/A
R 6 8 BS 40 1 Severe No Antidepressants N/A
R 1 4 A 40 2 Severe Yes No N/A
R 6 8 BS 40 1 Moderate No No N/A
R 3 6 BS 32 2 No No No N/A
L 4 1 BS 20 4 Mild Yes Antiepileptic N/A
L 7 5 BS 24 1 No No Musc. relaxant Asymmetry in Rolando cortex with periventricular cyst in left hemisphere
L 7 5 BS 40 2 Moderate Yes Antiepileptic Corpus callosum and formix hypoplasia, septum pellucidum cyst, diffuse cortical atrophy, abnormal EEG activity in left parietal lobe
L 7 5 BS 41 3 No No No N/A
L 8 6 BS 31 3 Mild No Antidepressants Leukomalacia with dilatation of left temporal lobe
L 8 5 BS 40 3 No Yes Antiepileptic N/A
L 8 6 BS 40 1 Moderate No No N/A
L 4 0 BS 40 3 Moderate No No N/A
L 6 3 D 42 5 No Yes Antidepressants N/A

Riquelme et al.

Riquelme et al. BMC Neuroscience 2014 15:10   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-15-10

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