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|Title:||Risk factors for cerebral palsy in Palestinian children: a case-control study|
|Abstract:||Little is known about the risk factors for cerebral palsy in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). Indeed, the focus in studies so far has been on developed countries. We therefore assessed known prenatal and perinatal risk factors for cerebral palsy in Palestinian children, and three risk factors specifi c to Palestinian society—consanguineous marriage, delivery at private maternity homes that lack emergency facilities, and no prenatal doctor visits|
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