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Cerebral Palsy: For more than 20 years, clinicians working with children with cerebral palsy have been gathering “a deluge of data” to understand and treat their patients’ walking difficulties. But they still weren’t sure which children with the brain disorder would most benefit from intensive corrective surgeries to muscles, tendons and bones intended to help them move more smoothly and efficiently.Now researchers from the University of Washington’s Department of Mechanical Engineering have analyzed pre- and post-operative data collected over two decades from 473 children with cerebral
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