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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics, age of CP diagnosis, neurological subtype of Spastic CP, gross motor function classifications and rehabilitation status of children with CP

From: Hip dysplasia among children with spastic cerebral palsy in rural Bangladesh

Characteristics n (%)
Gender
 Male 27 (67.5)
 Female 13 (32.5)
Age (years)
  < 5 6 (15.0)
 5–9 18 (45.0)
 10–14 12 (30.0)
 15–18 4 (10.0)
Maternal education
 Illiterate 11 (27.5)
 Primary 17 (42.5)
 Secondary 9 (22.5)
 More than Secondary 3 (7.5)
Paternal education
 Illiterate 15 (37.5)
 Primary 10 (25.0)
 Secondary 10 (25.0)
 More than Secondary 5 (12.5)
Age of diagnosis of CP (months)
 0–23 1 (2.5)
 24–47 21 (52.5)
 48–84 11 (27.5)
 85 & above 7 (17.5)
Spastic subtype
 Hemi/monoplegia 11 (27.5)
 Diplegia 15 (37.5)
 Triplegia 4 (10.0)
 Quadriplegia 10 (25.0)
GMFCS levels
 Level I 5 (12.5)
 Level II 10 (25.0)
 Level III 12 (30.0)
 Level IV 4 (10.0)
 Level V 9 (22.5)
Received rehabilitation services
 Yes 16 (40.0)
 No 24 (60.0)