How can you tell if someone has cerebral palsy?
SymptomsStiff muscles and exaggerated reflexes (spasticity), the most common movement disorder.Variations in muscle tone, such as being either too stiff or too floppy.Stiff muscles with normal reflexes (rigidity)Lack of balance and muscle coordination (ataxia)Tremors or jerky involuntary movements. •1 Sep 2021
Can a blood test detect cerebral palsy?
Laboratory Tests for Cerebral Palsy Blood work, urinalysis, and genetic testing are common examples of “lab work.” Like all tests, lab work can be used to identify or rule out conditions other than Cerebral Palsy.
Does cerebral palsy show on EEG?
Cerebral palsy in children, regardless of its cause may be associated with generalised focal EEG abnormalities.