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My 2 years old male child is unable to walk and speak, he has mild frontal cortex atrophy

i am having a male child he is 2 year old till now he is unable to speak and walk well ,he is doing repeated movement , history -he is aproduct of normal vaginal delevery full term, mother is b trait thalassemia ,anterior fontanell closed by the age of 6 months , brain CT scan reveals mild frontal cortex atrophy , plz advice how can i help my child and what is the wrong with him.thanks
Asked On : Tue, 7 Sep 2010
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
Mild cortical atropy in 2yr old child is not significant enough to cause this speech, walk and repeated movements problem.
he might have had some problem during birth.
U better go for MRI Brain scan which delineates the findings little more.
Speech therapy, physiotherapy and some drugs are useful
Answered: Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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Pediatrician, Gastroenterology Dr. S. K. Gupta's  Response
AS U SAID FRONTAL ATROPHY,so ur child will learn things by late,u interact ur child as much as u can to enhance his learning,do physiotheray.
Answered: Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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