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What is the difference between congenital cerebral palsy and acquired cerebral ... Although a specific genetic disorder does not directly cause Cerebral Palsy, ...

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Is cerebral palsy genetic/hereditary? Familial cerebral palsy is uncommon, approximately 1% of people with cerebral palsy will have a sibling with the condition.

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My husband and I (we're both nearly 30) are considering having a baby, so I'm looking at our genetic background. My mother had cerebral palsy - does this put ...

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Apr 29, 2016 ... Recent research shows a surprising connection between cerebral palsy and a child's genetic makeup. Find out how the two are related.

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/297640.php

Aug 3, 2015 ... Groundbreaking new research suggests there is a much stronger genetic component to the origins of cerebral palsy than experts previously ...

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/240941.php

Jan 30, 2012 ... Researchers at Geisinger Health System have found that genetic abnormalities may be the cause for the majority of cerebral palsy (CP) cases, ...

www.cbc.ca/news/health/cerebral-palsy-linked-to-genetic-anomalies-1.3177689

Aug 3, 2015 ... Cerebral palsy, the most common cause of physical disability in children, has long been thought to result from brain injury in the fetus. But new ...

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120126101451.htm

Jan 26, 2012 ... For years it was thought that a difficult birth and other perinatal factors were the leading causes of cerebral palsy (CP), a group of disorders that ...

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Sep 1, 2014 ... Cerebral palsy is a neurological developmental disorder which follows an injury to the immature brain before, during or after birth. The resulting ...

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Is cerebral palsy hereditary? Is it genetic? Can it be passed to baby through genes?