The treatment your child needs depends on the severity of their cerebral palsy. Many children with cerebral palsy need physical and occupational therapy. Children may also need braces to help them walk or to keep stiff muscles from contorting. In some cases muscle relaxers are given to relieve stiffness. In more severe instances of cerebral palsy, surgery may be recommended to either set muscles in their correct formations or to relieve stiffness and pain by severing the nerves to extremely affected muscles.
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Aneurysms that have ruptured require treatment to prevent another rupture (re-bleeding). Following the initial rupture of an aneurysm, re-bleeding is very common (especially within the first two weeks after rupture), and is usually more severe than the initial rupture. Therefore, ruptured aneurysms need to be treated immediately to prevent this risk.
The two primary treatment methods are surgical clipping and endovascular coiling. The optimal treatment choice depends upon the patient's history, physical examination, age, risk factors, and the anatomical characteristics of the aneurysm.