Tan Xiaotao, a 2 years old Chinese boy. He was a full term normal delivery infant, and had a history of cord around the neck for 2 weeks. After birth, his family members found his speech, intelligence, motor function are all developmentally retarded. He was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. He underwent rehabilitation without any good efficacy. He came to General Hospital of Chinese People’s Armed Police Forces for stem cell treatment in October 2005.
- He had poor ability of speaking and pronouncing. He had problem with understanding and interaction with his families.
- The muscular tension of four limbs was high, whereas the muscle strength was relatively poor.
- He had poor waist strength, and he could only squat up and down with assistance.
- He walked unstably with poor coordination.
- He starts to speak simple words, he's able to understand and interact with his family and follow simple orders.
- The muscular tension of four limbs is lower than before, and his muscle strength is noticeably enhanced.
- The waist strength is improved significantly. He could squat up and down more easily with less assistance.
- He can walk better with steadier steps and better coordination.