Ruina (Saudi Arabia)- cerebral palsy (Female,7 years old)

CP-Saudi Arabia-RinaRuina is a Saudi Arabia 7 years old female patient suffering from cerebral palsy. She was admitted to our hospital for the chief complaint of speech and movement development retardation for over 6 years. She was 29+3 weeks gestation with premature. When her mother with 28 weeks gestation happened to undergo a car crash, which led to placental abruption, intrauterine hemorrhage, she was sent urgently to local hospital, then deliveried by cesarean after receiving thorough examination. She could not cry with apnea history after born. Her vital signs were restored to normal and stable after receiving rescue treatment, then she was entered to incubator and given symptomatic treatment. She suffered from jaundice 2 weeks after born, then was offered twice blood infusion therapy. Her vital signs were restored to normal and stable over 40 days before her discharge. Her parents found that it was difficult for her to lift up her head, roll over or crawl on bed when she was 6 months, so she was treated in local hospital. The MRI of her head indicated: dysplasia of white matter of brain. She was diagnosed as cerebral palsy and offered physical rehabilitation therapy for about 1 year. From then on, she was treated in many hospitals in Egypt and Arabia whilst she interruptedly received physical rehabilitation therapy for 2 years, then her head could lift up better than before. She was treated as cerebral palsy and continued to receive physical rehabilitation exercises in Beijing children hospital when she was 3 years old. She received 6 stem cell transplantations via lumbar puncture in Beijing Puhua hospital when she was 4 years old. The ability of her urination and bowl movement was improved better after the treatment. From then on, she received physical rehabilitation therapy interruptedly in many hospitals of Beijing.

She received stem cell treatments in our hospital then.

Before the stem cell treatment:
- Her speech was not clear;
- The muscle strength of her neck, waist was weak, she could lift up her upper limbs accompanying with involuntary movement, she could not take objects stably by hands, the fine movement ability of her hands was poor, the ability of her finger to finger was poor, she could not clap her hands, she could roll over but could not crawl on bed, she could not stand or walk by herself.

After the stem cell treatment:
- The involuntary movement of her lower limbs is relieved better than before;
- The muscular tension of her lower limbs is reduced better than before.

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