paralytic stroke


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paralytic stroke

A stroke that produces loss of muscular functions.
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Then only we came to know that he has suffered a paralytic stroke," he said.
Friday from illegal detention of over 22 months after he suffered a paralytic stroke at the Jhajjar Jail.Khan Sopori's son, Sajjad Ahmed, in an interview said that the fourth PSA against his father was quashed in December last but he was not released.
Barnum followed, but ended in 1874 when Chang suffered a paralytic stroke. Over the years, Chang had become an alcoholic and was never the same after the stroke, which weakened his left arm and leg.
Written in the wake of a paralytic stroke, Handel imbued Saul with a particular richness and intensity.
My father who had a paralytic stroke was let down by allopathic doctors who said he was beyond treatment, but ayurveda medicine made him recover.
It depicts the Pratap clan - sitting on a political throne in Central India - on the brink of a pounding triumph, when its experienced leader collapses with a paralytic stroke. From there starts a clash for control of the political party between two cousins - Prithviraj Pratap (Arjun Rampal) and Veerendra Pratap (Manoj Bajpai).
Born in Rajasthan, the 82-year-old artiste had completely departed from music in late 90s after the paralytic stroke. He will be discharged soon as his family finding it hard to pay medical bills.
But he had his share of burdens, helping to care for his father, who by this time had suffered a paralytic stroke, then because of economic necessity more or less, along with Tinkum, having to share the house with and support the whole family, which by now included his parents and two younger brothers, the younger of them an adopted cousin who was once treated in an emergency by the same doctor who, a couple of weeks later, assassinated Huey Long!