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Proposed new definition of cerebral palsy does not solve any of the problems of existing definitions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 December 2005

Nadia Badawi
Affiliation:
New South Wales
Iona Novak
Affiliation:
New South Wales
Sarah McIntyre
Affiliation:
New South Wales
Keith Edwards
Affiliation:
Northern Territory
Simone Raye
Affiliation:
Northern Territory
Michael deLacy
Affiliation:
Queensland
Emma Bevis
Affiliation:
Queensland
Peter Flett
Affiliation:
South Australia
Phillipa van Essen
Affiliation:
South Australia
Heather Scott
Affiliation:
South Australia
Kylie Tungaraza
Affiliation:
South Australia
Matthew Sealy
Affiliation:
Tasmania
Virginia McCann
Affiliation:
Tasmania
Dinah Reddihough
Affiliation:
Victoria
Sue Reid
Affiliation:
Victoria
Anna Lanigan
Affiliation:
Victoria
Eve Blair
Affiliation:
Western Australia
Jan de Groot
Affiliation:
Western Australia
Linda Watson
Affiliation:
Western Australia
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