Maelaine (Australian)- Cerebral Palsy (1 years and 3 months, Female)- 2011

CP-Australia-MaelaineMaelaine is an Australian 1 years and 3 months female patient suffering from cerebral palsy. She was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of movement development retardation for 1 year. She was born after normal period of gestation. She was delivered by cesarean section since she underwent hypoxia in womb and dystocia. She underwent apnea and anoxia after born. She was consulted to local royal hospital. The MRI of her head indicated: hypoxia- ischemic encephalopathy. She was given occupational rehabilitation training interruptedly in local hospital from then on without obvious improvements.

She received 1st round stem cell treatment including 4 stem cell injections via lumbar puncture in our hospital in October, 2011.

She received 1st round stem cell treatment including 4 stem cell injections via lumbar puncture in our hospital in April, 2012.

Before the 1st round stem cell treatment:
- She could not roll over on bed, she could not sit by herself, she could not crawl;
- The active grasping ability of her both hands was poor;
- The muscular tension of her 4 limbs was higher than normal, she suffered from tip feet and scissors gait when walking.

Before 2nd round stem cell treatment (after 1st round stem cell treatment):
- She can sit by herself for a while;
- The fine movement ability of her both hands is improved obviously;
- The muscular tension of her 4 limbs is reduced obviously, her tip feet and scissors gait are relieved obviously when walking.

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