paraparetic


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par·a·pa·ret·ic

(par'ă-pă-ret'ik),
1. Relating to paraparesis.
2. A person with paraparesis.

par·a·pa·ret·ic

(par'ă-pă-ret'ik)
1. Relating to paraparesis.
2. A person with paraparesis.
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No statistically significant differences were found between quadriparetic and paraparetic patients with respect to spasm or Ashworth scores for any time point (Mann-Whitney test).
In addition, there were no statistically significant differences between women and men, Caucasian and African-Americans, MS and SCI patients and quadriparetic and paraparetic patients with respect to the Ferrans and Powers QLI total or subscale scores at any time points (Mann-Whitney test).
There was a statistically significant difference between quadriparetic and paraparetic patients with respect to the 12-month total SIP score (Mann-Whitney test; p=0.048), which indicated that SIP scores tended to be lower (suggesting greater function) for those with paraparesis.