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ST

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE.

ST

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Santomean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Sao Tome and Principe. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the country. Sao Tome and Principe each have their own codes with the prefix "ST." The code for the Sao Tome is ISO 3166-2:ST-ST, while for Principe it is ISO 3166-2:ST-PR.
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Of the pupils that beneficiated from kinetic physical therapy during their school education, most of them had: epilepsy (12.7 %), followed by spastic tetraplegia (12 %), spastic paraplegia (4.8 %), spastic hemiparesis (3.6 %), chronic infantile encephalopathy (4.2 %), diplegia (2.4 %), hydrocephaly (1.8 %), spina bifida (1.8 %), neurologic crooked leg (3.0 %), microcephaly (0.6 %), tetraplegia (4.2 %), paraplegia (2.4 %) and monoparesis (0.6 %).
Among patients with severe neurological disorder, 5 (4.2%) had spastic diplegia and 5 (4.2%) had spastic tetraplegia. 5 of the patients with CP had hydrocephaly at the same time and 2 (1.7%) had blindness related to retinopathy.
The study population comprised 27 children with congenital hemiplegia (2.36%), 35 with spastic diplegia (38.04%), and 30 with spastic tetraplegia (32.6%).
We present herewith two case reports: one patient developed this neoplasm at the age of 65, 47 years after contracting poliomyelitis, and the other, at the age of 55, 32 years after being shot at C4 resulting in a complete traumatic spastic tetraplegia.