paraparesis


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paraparesis

 [par″ah-pah-re´sis]
a partial paralysis of the lower extremities.

par·a·pa·re·sis

(par'ă-pă-rē'sis),
Weakness affecting the lower extremities.
[para- + paresis]

paraparesis

/para·pa·re·sis/ (-pah-re´sis) partial paralysis of the lower limbs.
tropical spastic paraparesis  chronic progressive myelopathy.

paraparesis

(păr′ə-pə-rē′sĭs, -păr′ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. parapare·ses (-sēz)
Partial paralysis of the lower limbs.

paraparesis

[-pərē′sis]
Etymology: Gk, para + paresis, paralysis
a partial paralysis, usually affecting only the lower extremities.

par·a·pa·re·sis

(par'ă-pă-rē'sis)
Weakness affecting the lower extremities.

paraparesis

Partial paralysis of both legs and sometimes of the lower part of the trunk.

paraparesis

incomplete loss of motor function in the lower half of the body.

paraparesis

mild paralysis of legs and feet

par·a·pa·re·sis

(par'ă-pă-rē'sis)
Weakness affecting lower extremities.

paraparesis

a partial paralysis of the lower extremities.
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Elevated levels of interleukin-6 in serum and cerebrospinal fluid of HTLV-I-associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis.
Quality of life in patients with HTLV-I associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis.
Detailed analysis of the RPM questionnaire for the children diagnosed with mild paraparesis by the items ranging from 1 to 7 or 4 groups of behavior (motor skills - 2, sensorimotor skills - 2, cooperation with the environment - 2 and speech - 1) showed some deviations from normal development, although the overall result for 14 of 15 children was good.
The final diagnosis was paraparesis as a result of an intradural, infiltrative spinal lipoma with segmental infiltration of the lumbosacral spinal cord and dorsal compression of the vertebral arch.
difficulty walking with 1995 [9] eventual paraparesis, hypesthesia below waist, ankle clonus, and knee/ankle HR; gradual Dacher et al.
Paraparesis was the predominant motor symptom in 27 (56.
We were facing a progressive paraparesis with the level of sensitivity at D6 and a severe hyporegenerative macrocytic anemia.
Clinical presentation of TBRM includes paraparesis, paraplegia, radicular pain, paresthesias, muscle atrophy and neurogenic bladder.
Hemiparesis was due to CVA (infarct) in 2 patients & due to complication of CNS tuberculosis in 2 patients, 1 patient of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis & due to ICSOL in 2 patients, Paraparesis (due to acute disseminated encephalomyelitis) in 1, and quadriparesis (peripheral neuropathy) in 3 patients.
subacut onset in two weeks with gait difficulties, asymmetrical paraparesis and sensory symptoms; paresthesias in both feet, first with loss of pain and temperature sensation, gradually ascending to the T6 level; micturition disturbance
2) Symptoms are variable, but include headaches, hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, ataxia, visual disturbances, slurred speech, transient aphasia, hyperreflexia, paresthesias, (1,4) progressive spastic paraparesis, (3) seizures, confusion, cranial nerve or cranial nuclei palsies, (6) and hemorrhage.