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The relationship between lower extremity pain, function and biomarkers of osteoarthritis in adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy

IRB Protocol Number STU00208143


Prakash Jayabalan


  1. To determine if there is a relationship between hip and/or knee pain, biomarkers of joint disease and ambulatory function in adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy in efforts to expedite diagnosis and improve management of osteoarthritis
  2. To identify novel biomarkers associated with the response of cartilage to joint stress

Who Can Participate

  • Diagnosis of cerebral palsy
  • have not had a lower extremity surgery within the past 6 months


Provided ($50 total)

Age Range

between the ages of 13-30

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