spastic diplegia(redirected from William J. Little)
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spastic diplegia[′spas·tik dī′plē·jə]
Spastic paralysis of the arms and legs caused by diffuse lesions of the cerebral cortex.
A form of cerebral palsy, possibly due to prenatal or perinatal hypoxia or other injuries resulting in atrophic lobar sclerosis, or to congenital or developmental abnormalities.