Patient is a 28 weeks premature child, was born by caesarean section. She had the history of cord around neck and ischemia and hypoxia. She was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. She neither has hereditary disease nor jaundice.
Before Stem Cell Treatment:
-Fine-motor activity of both hands is poor; -Can sit independently, but the waist strength is poor; -Can’t stand independently, but can stand with somebody’s assistance, has tip-toes for both feet and appearance of scissors step; -The muscle tension of both legs is high, but muscle strength is poor. Muscle tension tended to become easier than the normal; - She was squint-eyed.
After Stem Cell Treatment:
-Fine-motor activity of both hands is improved; -Waist strength is significantly enhanced; -She can stand for half a minute, and her heels could touch the ground. Scissors step has been relieved a lot; -The muscle tension of both legs is lower than before, while muscle strength is improved; -Her eyes squint has been improved obviously.