Doç.Dr.İlker Sarıkaya



Cerebral palsy (CP) is popularly known as cerebral palsy. It is an irreversible but non-progressive damage to the brain that occurs during pregnancy, at birth or until brain development is complete, i.e. from birth to the first five years of life.
The congenital mismatch between the bones that make up the hip joint is called developmental ” dysplasia of the hip”. All problems seen from a simple mismatch between the bones to the later stage of hip dislocation are classified as developmental hip dysplasia.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), a genetic disease, causes weakness in organs and tissues as a result of faulty or underproduction of collagen protein, the basic building block of connective tissues.
The diagnosis is determined on a blood test, ultrasound and amniocentesis during pregnancy. If the alpha protein (AFP) value obtained in the triple test is higher than expected, SB is suspected.
Pes equinovarus, which occurs in one in every 1,000 live births, is a disease that worries families, but if treatment is started early, the rate of complete recovery of the foot is very high.
Brachial plexus palsy (BP) is a muscle weakness or paralysis that occurs at different levels in the arm, forearm and hand due to the stretching of the nerve structures that start at the neck level and extend from the armpit to the hand.
Especially due to the widespread use of industrial sports in our country, these injuries have become one of the most common conditions in the pediatric age group.