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by Solomon Nathan Rosenstein

Author: Solomon Nathan Rosenstein
Language: English
Publisher: Thomas (1978)
Pages: 167 pages
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Oral care of the aging and dying patient (American lecture series, publication no. 875. A publication in the Bannerstone division of American lectures in dentistry) Paperback – 1973. by. Austin H Kutscher (Author).

Solomon Nathan Rosenstein. The New York state dental journal. Dentistry in cerebral palsy and related handicapping conditions. A comparison of oral stereognosis ability between cerebral palsy patients with head and neck involvement and those without this involvement. R Koweek, Solomon Nathan Rosenstein. Journal of the Dental Guidance Council on the.

Dentistry in Cerebral Palsy and Related Handicapping Conditions. Thomas, Spring-field, 1978, p. 0–40. No significant differences in the interdental dimension discrimination (IDD) ability were found between normal and joint defect subjects. Furthermore, vibration onto the mandible gave similar effects on the nature of IDD in both subject groups. The experimental conditions were either anaesthesia of both mandibular joints and the oral exterosensors, or load on the jaw-closing muscles, or adaptation to an extreme jaw position. The results were compared with control experiments under normal conditions. American lecture series ; publication no. 1016. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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Forty-five quadraplegic cerebral palsied children, enrolled in a day program, were presented with a series of toys . The role of motivation-related variables in assessment of intelligence in severely-involved quadraplegic children.

Forty-five quadraplegic cerebral palsied children, enrolled in a day program, were presented with a series of toys which could be activated to produce interesting effects. Factor analysis of their responses to this situation yielded seven factors. The most commonly observed, effectance, referred to intentional efforts to make the interesting spectacles last through the child's own activity directed toward and immediately affecting the toys.

PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Postural management for children with cerebral palsy: consensus statement.

Cerebral palsy does not necessarily include intellectual disability; many . There is no cure for cerebral palsy; treatment includes medications that relax the muscles and prevent seizures.

Cerebral palsy does not necessarily include intellectual disability; many children affected with cerebral palsy are mentally competent. More common causes of the condition are fetal diseases and embryonic malformations of the brain. Incompatibility of blood types of the mother and fetus, leading to severe jaundice at birth, may cause brain damage and cerebral palsy.