The most common cause of Pediatric Spasticity is cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy can be described by the part of the body affected and the way it affects ones movement. Nearly 80% of children with cerebral palsy have Spasticity (N = 451).1 Other causes of Pediatric Spasticity include traumatic brain injury, stroke, MS, and spinal cord injury.2-9

Clinical patterns of Pediatric Spasticity10

Understanding clinical patterns of the disorder can help with patient assessment (n = 243)

Note: The BOTOX® Pediatric Spasticity clinical trials did not study patients with diplegia or quadriplegia.

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