Top PDF Can 'she' speak? : spirituality in/through psychology, feminisms, and feminist postructuralism : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Psychology at Massey University
Patients with the l ate infantile and juvenile forms o f NCL develop motor d i sturbances varying from an initial partial loss o f abil i ty to per form coordinated movements to a terminal incapacitating r i gidity with flexion contracture s o f neck , trunk and extremitie s . Often an initial clumsiness develops into an incoordination o f gai t with ataxia o f the l egs . Patients may show di fficulty in initiating movement , but succeed i n carrying out a movement once s tarted . The upper extremities re tain the i r use longe r , despite abnormal po stur ing and hyperkine s i a . Mastication and gluti t io n are impeded and there i s imperfect articulation o f speech ( Zeman and Dyken , 19691.