monoparesis

monoparesis

 [mon″o-pah-re´sis]
paresis of a single part.
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mon·o·pa·re·sis

(mon'o-pa-rē'sis, -par'ĕ-sis),
Paresis affecting a single extremity or part of an extremity.
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mon·o·pa·re·sis

(mon'o-pă-rē'sis)
Paresis affecting a single limb or part of a limb.
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Presenting neurologic symptoms of MERS generally include disturbance of consciousness, delirious behavior, seizures, drowsiness, headache, monoparesis, abnormal speech, visual hallucinations, and ataxia (2, 4, 5, 7-12, 14-18).
Monoparesis or hemiparesis is described in 37% of cases [10].
Other manifestations of patients with single ring enhancing CT lesions were hemiplegia (9.61%), headache due to raised intracranial pressure (7.69%), crural monoparesis (7.69%), acute confusional state (7.69%), Broca's aphasia (5.76%) and Broca's aphasia with upper limb weakness (3.85%).
This report described other peripheral neurologic condition related to the copper deficiency that was characterized mainly by monoparesis due to a neurogenic atrophy of an extensor muscle.
Children may have hemiparesis, monoparesis, sensory impairment, involuntary movements, headaches, dizziness, or seizures.
Eight patients had paresis in >1 extremity, and 4 patients had monoparesis. Data were discordant for 2 patients for defining monoparesis or polyparesis.
[4] The latter may present as Brown-Sequard syndrome, central cord syndrome, anterior cord syndrome, and posterior cord syndrome or rarely as monoparesis of upper or lower extremities.
Of the 45 presenting with hemi/ monoparesis, 25 had brain abscess, 19 empyema and 1 a combination of abscess and empyema.