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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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The risk of reduced physical activity in children with probable Developmental Coordination Disorder: a prospective longitudinal study.
Cross-cultural adaptation of the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire for brazilian children.
Sensory-motor deficits in children with developmental coordination disorder, attentiondeficit-hyperactivity disorder and autistic disorder.
El proceso diagnostico del TDC se realiza mediante diferentes herramientas, una de ellas, y considerada la mas utilizada en diferentes paises, es el Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCD-Q), el cual fue elaborado en Canada y revisado en el 2007 (DCD-Q'07).
Developmental coordination disorder: A synthesis of evidence to underpin an allied health professions' framework.
(2012), 'European Academy for Childhood Disability (EACD): Recommendations on the Definition, Diagnosis and Intervention of Developmental Coordination Disorder (Long Version)', Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 54, 54-93.
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance in children with developmental coordination disorder. Res Dev Disabil 2011; 32(5): 1669-1676.
It is known that 5-10 % of the European child population could be suffering from Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) whose major symptoms are motor difficulties while performing various habitual and sport movement activities.
For parents, teachers, and others who work with children, Drew, an occupational therapist, and Atter, a physiotherapist, offer a guide to helping children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) to enjoy physical activities.
In a previous study, supplementation with a combination of fish oil and evening primrose oil improved motor skills in children with developmental coordination disorder (also called dyspraxia).
Key words: Developmental Coordination Disorder, dyspraxia, measurement, motor, functional performance, self-efficacy, communication.

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