hemiparesthesia

hemiparesthesia

 [hem″e-par″es-the´zhah]
paresthesia (abnormal sensations) on one side.
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hemiparesthesia

(hĕm″ē-păr-ĕs-thē′zē-ă) [″ + ″]
Numbness, tingling, or other unpleasant sensations affecting one half of the body.
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The focal neurological deficits frequently include seizure, aphasia, transient or permanent visual disturbances, hemiparesis, hemiparesthesia, hearing loss, and altered consciousness.
(4) Following hours or days, the symptoms progress to any combination of pyramidal symptoms (60-95%), acute hemiplegia (76%), ataxia (18-65%), cranial nerve palsies (22-45%), visual loss (7-23%), seizures (13-35%), spinal cord signs (24%), impairment of speech (5-21%), and hemiparesthesia (23%).
On admission, we observed a seizure and left-sided hemiparesthesia; hence, linezolid, ceftriaxone, levetiracetam, and phenytoin were started.