The influence of permanent cerebellar stimulation on senso-motor disorders in cerebral palsy (author's transl)
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Neurochirurgia (Stuttg) 20 (6): 179--185 (November 1977)

Based on Cooper's good results implantation of a bilateral cerebellar stimulator was performed in 2 children with cerebral palsy. The patients suffered from marked hypertonia of all limbs and involuntary movements. The follow-up study of 8 months revealed a decrease of spasticity and a progressive improvement of fine motor control. Our preliminary results justify the clinical application of cerebellar stimulation for functional treatment of sensory-motor disorders.
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