The MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) report's findings suggest brain damage due to a lack of oxygen supply. This would have happened around the birth time. The exact mechanism and the cause of it need to be better-defined in most patients. If the deficits she has are nonprogressive, and she has good upper limb function, then we can help her by relieving the spasticity in her lower limbs (legs). There is a small surgery called selective dorsal rhizotomy which may help her up to a certain extent. But the surgical survival decision should be taken only after a detailed neurological and cognitive evaluation.
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