what exactly do you mean by 'mild" cerebral atrophy? Because this is a technical term, used mostly by radiologists who interpret the brain images with no clinical data. First of what's the development score for this 1 yr old kid? is she able to sit unsupported, crawl and stand with support? could she say and recognize few words and play peek a boo? If yes, I don't think you need to be concerned about this terminology at all. To cure or not of cerebral atrophy is a million dollar question and has no value at all if the developmental mile stones remain near normal.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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