Parrot's pseudoparalysis


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pseudoparalysis

 [soo″do-pah-ral´ĭ-sis]
apparent loss of muscular power without real paralysis.
Parrot's pseudoparalysis (syphilitic pseudoparalysis) pseudoparalysis of one or more extremities in infants, due to syphilitic osteochondritis of an epiphysis.
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Parrot’s pseudoparalysis

An obsolete term for pseudoparalysis of an extremity in an infant with congenital syphilis due to painful epiphyseal osteochondritis.
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Parrot's pseudoparalysis

Pseudoparalysis caused by syphilitic osteochondritis.
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