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This is because in normal children the muscles and the bones maintain a ratio of equal length gain during the time of growth therefore maintaining equilibrium in children with cerebral palsy unfortunately this equilibrium is hampered and therefore the bones keep on growing while the muscles don’t, every time the child grows this discrepancy gets exaggerated ,initially this leads to tightness in muscles ,later getting converted to fixed non stretchable changes in muscles and later permanent bony changes
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