hemiplegic


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hem·i·ple·gic

(hem'ē-plē'jik),
Relating to hemiplegia.

hem·i·ple·gic

(hem'ē-plē'jik)
Relating to hemiplegia.

hemiplegic

(hĕm-ē-plē′jĭk)
1. Pert. to hemiplegia.
2. A colloquial reference to a patient having hemiplegia.
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The purpose of the treatment was acquisition of motor skills in a home environment.14 One study revealed frustration as a behavioural issue in children diagnosed with spastic paralysis CP after the use of CIMT.15 A qualitative study recognized themes after the interviews from the family members of children diagnosed with spastic hemiplegic CP.
In a recent study, the first of its kind, MRI was used to examine a potential association between structural changes in hemiplegic shoulder and pain.
Relationships among walking performance, postural stability, and functional assessments of the hemiplegic patient.
If a patient with stroke presents with atrophy, sensory and motor deficits which are incompatible with hemiplegic severity, the presence of an accompanying neuropathy should be considered.
Thirty-one adult hemiplegic patients post-stroke were randomly assigned to two groups in a study by Gurbuz, et al.
All of the participants did stretching and active range of motion exercises by the supervision of a physiotherapist on the hemiplegic lower extremity for 15 minutes before going on the device.
Abbreviations HSP: Hemiplegic shoulder pain AROM: Active range of movement sEMG: Surface electromyography NPRS: Numerical pain rating scale.
Specifically, attenuated oscillatory scalp and brain activity has been consistently reported in more versus less affected somatosensory cortices in hemiplegic CP.
The distribution of B34's affected elements most closely resembles the hemiplegic type of spastic CP, which involves the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body.
The characters are well threshed out, and the actors' portrayals are carefully limned, paced by Prado, Star Orjaliza (as Sinang's sister, Dory) and the exceptional Lou Veloso (as their hemiplegic father).
The majority of children exhibiting a hemiplegic form of CP were classified at levels I or II, with only three children at level III and one at level IV.
It was initially suggested that Lauren could be suffering with hemiplegic migraines (hemiplegic means paralysis on one side of the body), but other medical professionals were so puzzled by her condition they thought she might be suffering from mental health issues.