Hast Shah
Hast Shah

Diagnosed as a case of neonatal thrombocytopenia; quadriplegic dystonic CP with delayed global milestones; Hast had dystonia++, monosyllable speech.  He had been operated for squint at age of 2, had undergone Botox to the lower limb at age of 2, and another Botox to the upper limb as well as lower limb at the age of 5 years. He came to us at age 7, he had squint, he could not sit with or without support and was very stiff tight in limbs and at pelvis. He had severe lumbar lordosis in supine with hip- knee flexion contracture.  At age 7, he started with Vasa Therapy.

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