An glaring cliché that children are not just little grown ups. The growing child has growing bones and other body systems that mean that the nature of clinical problems that children have are generally exclusive to children and aren’t like →
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD for short) is a genetic problem that is characterized by a gradual muscle deterioration and the development of weakness because of the differences to a protein called dystrophin that is needed to maintain muscle cells intact. →
Development and growth in young children follows a traditional sequence and they ordinarily develop the ability to sit up, stand, walk, and talk at expected ages with a particular range of typical variation. Developmental coordination disorder (abbreviated as DCD) is →
Autism is a dreadful disorder, which affects an individual’s ability to communicate and associate with others. Generally the symptoms are detected in the first three years of the child’s life. In the United States, 1 in 166 people are affected →
Clubfoot is a disability of the foot that is generally identified during birth. The phrase clubfoot represents several different kinds of foot deformity, with the most common being what is known as a talipes equino varus. In this disability the →
The growing bones in youngsters are susceptible to injury when an excessive amount of strain is put on them too quickly and the bones are usually not provided adequate time to adapt to those loads. Generally in the ends of →
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