Spastic Diplegia Medicines

Spastic Diplegia is one of the most common types of cerebral palsy, appearing in nearly 70% of all cerebral palsy cases. Originally known as Little's Disease, after 19th century British surgeon, William Little, who first described it, Spastic Diplegia is characterized by an abnormal stiffness, rigidity and weakness of the muscles in the arms and legs. In time, Little's disease was categorized as one of a series of disorders, and it became known as Spastic Diplegia.
Below we listed products that used to deal with Spastic Diplegia symptoms or may have Spastic Diplegia as side effect. All of them are in stock and may be instantly purchased through our online pharmacy website.



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