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Volume 50, Number 2
February 2021

Photo courtesy of Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore

Cerebral palsy (CP) is one of the most common and severe disabilities in childhood. The Cerebral Palsy Registry in Singapore was established in 2017 to describe the clinical characteristics and functional outcomes of CP in Singapore. It found that pre/perinatally acquired CP accounted for a majority of cases, with prematurity as the main risk factor. Optimisation of pre- and perinatal care to prevent and manage prematurity, together with early diagnosis and intervention, is important to reduce the incidence, severity and lifelong burden of CP in Singapore.

World Cancer Day 2021: Remembering the ongoing cancer pandemic

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The Singapore Cerebral Palsy Registry: An important new resource for cerebral palsy research

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Causes, functional outcomes and healthcare utilisation of people with cerebral palsy in Singapore

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Epidemiology and risk stratification of minor head injuries in school-going children

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Paediatric emergency department attendances during COVID-19 and SARS in Singapore

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