A review of post-polio paralysis in children
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Two hundred consecutive cases of established residual paralysis following poliomyelitis in children are reviewed.
Deformities and recognised patterns of paralysis of upper and lower limbs are individually studied and their relative incidence is noted.
An attempt is made to establish incidence of shortening of the lower limb in post-poliomyelitis cases and to evaluate the factors influencing the shortening in such cases.
KeywordsTibialis Anterior SAHA Poliomyelitis Iliotibial Band Abduction Paralysis
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