Research poster| Volume 96, ISSUE 10, e78, October 2015

Cerebral Palsy Adult Transition Study (CPAT): Early Results from the Prospective Health Screening Cohort

      Little has been published regarding the health and functional status of adults with cerebral palsy (CP), especially during their transition from pediatric to adult care. The CPAT study aims to evaluate health and functional outcomes of adults with CP who received instrumented gait analysis as children, with special emphasis on the evolution of their walking ability.
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