Chenchen is a Chinese 4 years old male patient suffering from cerebral palsy. He was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of motor development retardation for 3 years. He was premature delivery baby with hypoxia and intracranial hemorrhage. The MRI of his head in March 2008 showed: mal-myelination of periventricular white matter. He was diagnosed as Cerebral Palsy finally.
He received the 1st round stem cell treatment including 2 stem cell injections via lumber puncture and 1 stem cell implantation via stereotactic brain surgery on 4th October 2010.
Before the treatment:
- The fine motor ability of his fingers was poor, he could not do the daily activities such as doing up his buttons;
- The muscle strength of his waist and lower limbs was poor, the muscular tension of his lower limbs was high, the flexibility of his lower limbs was poor;
- He could not squat by himself due to the high muscular tension;
- He could not walk stably with obvious tiptoe action, he was easy to fall down during his walking;
- He could not land down his both heels with obvious tip feet.
After the treatment:
- The fine motor ability of his fingers is improved obviously, so that he can perform the some simple daily activities basically, such as unbinding his buttons;
- The muscle strength of his waist and lower limbs is improved obviously, the muscular tension of his lower limbs is improved obviously;
- He can squat down and stand up by himself due to the muscular tension of his lower limbs is improved obviously;
- He can walk stably with relieved tiptoe status;
- His both heels can landing on ground during his walking and squatting, his tip feet are relieved obviously.