Mortality from 1 to 16–18 years in bilateral cerebral palsy
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    Mortality in bilateral cerebral palsy


    The Editor Archives of Disease in Childhood

    Dear Sir,

    The study of the mortality of 'bilateral cerebral palsy' by Gillian Baird and colleagues from the South East Thames cohort indicates factors that are associated with high and lower risk of death. Although they have used the category of bilateral cerebral palsy , these fall into three clearly recognisable clinico-pathological diagno...

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