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Botulinum toxin in the management of cerebral palsy

  • Rosalind J Jefferson (a1)

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Botulinum toxin has rapidly gained wide acceptance as a treatment for focal spasticity, and is becoming more readily available. Early studies established its effectiveness, but many issues are still open for discussion. After a brief review of the historical and scientific development of botulinum toxin as a clinical tool and an outline of previous work in the field, some important questions are discussed in the light of more recent trials.

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Dingley Child Development Centre, Battle Hospital, Oxford Road, Reading RG30 1AG, UK. E-mail: Rosalind.Jefferson@rbbh-tr.nhs.uk

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Botulinum toxin in the management of cerebral palsy

  • Rosalind J Jefferson (a1)

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