Tag: cerebral palsy

Francoise Bethoux, MD
October 3, 2023/Bioethics

When the Question is ‘Can You Fix Me, Doc?’

In rehabilitation medicine, the answer might require nuance

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July 25, 2022/Podcast

Adult Cerebral Palsy Care: Support for an Underserved Population (Podcast)

A cerebral palsy medical home can help ensure care quality after transition from pediatric practice

A Cole Eye Institute team is at the final stages of identifying a small molecule drug to counteract the source of ROP. Here, ophthalmic researchers Jonathan Sears, MD, and George Hoppe, MD, PhD, (foreground) discuss preparation of retinal specimens for analysis of the effect of hypoxia-inducible factor stabilization on retinal vascular development under hyperoxia.
March 15, 2022/Ophthalmology Research

One Step Closer to a Drug Preventing Retinopathy of Prematurity

Artificially stabilizing hypoxia-inducible factor may stop the damaging effects of hyperoxia in preterm infants

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May 23, 2016/Neurosciences

Pediatric Gait Analysis Lab: See How it Helps With Complex Cases (Video)

Motion-capture technology aids therapeutic decisions

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June 18, 2015/Neurosciences

What Therapeutic Approach Is Best for Children with Hemiparesis?

Constraint-induced movement therapy vs. bimanual therapy

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