neuroparalytic

neu·ro·par·a·lyt·ic

(nū'rō-par'ă-lit'ik),
Denoting or characterized by neuroparalysis.

neu·ro·par·a·lyt·ic

(nūr'ō-par-ă-lit'ik)
Denoting or characterized by neuroparalysis.
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Autonomic dysfunction (AD) manifesting as hypertensive (HTN) episodes following envenomation with snakes with neuroparalytic toxins has been reported with krait, but rarely reported with cobra.
Mackie, "Neuroparalytic keratitis," in Current Ocular Therapy, F.
On June 9, 2016, the Mississippi Poison Control Center and the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) notified CDC of five suspected cases of botulism, a potentially fatal neuroparalytic illness (1), in inmates at a medium-security federal correctional institution (prison A).
According to the long survival times (4, 8, and 12 mos.) after subcutaneous (s.c.) neonatal capsaicin injection (50mg/kg), various types of corneal lesions (neuroparalytic keratitis) occurred [13].
This retrospective, descriptive study was aimed at ascertaining demography, clinical profile, complications and outcome in patients of neuroparalytic snake envenomation.
Management of respiratory failure in severe neuroparalytic snake envenomation.
TeNT and seven botulinum neurotoxins (BoNT/A-G) make the family of clostridial neurotoxins (CNTs), which are exclusively responsible for neuroparalytic syndromes of tetanus and botulism'.
The experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) was developed as murine model to clarify the origin of "neuroparalytic accident," a feared and common complication of vaccination against rabies virus.
These cases are often clinically indistinguishable from Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) and also need to be differentiated from neuroparalytic complications due to Semple-type antirabies vaccine which is still being used in few countries like Mongolia, Myanmar, and Pakistan [8-11].
(1998) Antibodies to human myelin proteins and gangliosides in patients with acute neuroparalytic accidents induced by brain-derived rabies vaccine.
Botulism is a neuroparalytic condition, typified by cranial nerve palsies that may be followed by descending symmetrical flaccid paralysis, which can lead to respiratory arrest and, in some instances, death (1).