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Orthopedic Examination of the Pediatric Patient
Neuroplasticity: Motor Control and Learning
Patricia C. Montgomery
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Part 1: What We Know Now
Providing Related Services: Selecting Outcomes and Documenting Progress
Mary Jane Rapport, Amy Barr
Medical Surveillance Guidelines for Down Syndrome
Taking a History for a Pediatric Patient
A 5-month old infant male, twin A of a 30-week gestation pregnancy, is referred to outpatient physical therapy secondary to complications resulting from torticollis and plagiocephaly. Post- birth hospital course included a 5-week neonatal intensive care unit stay requiring oxygen by nasal cannula for support for 3 days. MRI and ultrasound studies were unremarkable. His 20-year-old single mother reports that he is not as active during the day as his twin sister is, does not turn his head to the right side and cries when placed in the prone position on the floor. This mother has noticed a flat spot on the left side of his head. she reports that he spend the majority of his day seated in his infant seat. He is cared for by a babysitter while his mother works.
Which of the following developmental tests would be the most appropriate for the physical therapist use in determining the potential outcomes for this infant?