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Table 4 Number of children and measurements (in brackets) in relation to cerebral palsy subtypes and age.

From: Development of lower limb range of motion from early childhood to adolescence in cerebral palsy: a population-based study

Age Ataxic Dyskinetic Spastic
Unilateral
Spastic
Bilateral
Total
2 5 (12) 28 (84) 45 (70) 75 (230) (396)
3 8 (24) 33 (98) 65 (96) 96 (292) (510)
4 12 (32) 35 (118) 89 (142) 119 (406) (698)
5 14 (40) 36 (98) 94 (143) 127 (414) (695)
6 20 (42) 35 (80) 94 (111) 116 (262) (495)
7 21 (44) 35 (72) 92 (100) 112 (256) (472)
8 16 (34) 25 (50) 67 (70) 97 (222) (376)
9 17 (34) 26 (60) 64 (68) 90 (202) (364)
10 16 (32) 17 (34) 54 (58) 82 (178) (302)
11 14 (28) 15 (36) 40 (42) 66 (142) (248)
12 14 (28) 10 (20) 31 (33) 50 (118) (199)
13 9 (18) 5 (10) 24 (25) 33 (66) (119)
14 8 (16) 4 (8) 14 (15) 13 (26) (65)
Total (384) (768) (973) (2814) (4939)
  1. Notice that each child can contribute more than one measurement at a specific age.