Definition of Paresis. Meaning of Paresis. Synonyms of Paresis

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Definition of Paresis

Paresis
Paresis Par"e*sis, n. [NL., from Gr. ?, fr. ? to let go; ? from + ? to send.] (Med.) Incomplete paralysis, affecting motion but not sensation.

Meaning of Paresis from wikipedia

- (gastroparesis), and also the vocal cords (Vocal cord paresis). Neurologists use the term paresis to describe weakness, and plegia to describe paralysis...
- fold paresis or paralysis are able to identify the onset of their symptoms. The most commonly reported symptom patients with either vocal fold paresis or...
- clearly identified examples of paresis among the insane were described in Paris after the Napoleonic Wars. General paresis of the insane was first described...
- from the Ancient Gr**** words παράλυση or πάρεση, meaning paralysis or paresis respectively. The works of the school of Hippocrates (460–c. 370 BCE),...
- Todd's paresis (or postictal paresis/paralysis, "after seizure") is focal weakness in a part or all of the body after a seizure. This weakness typically...
- sign of leg paresis is one of two signs named for Charles Franklin Hoover. It is a maneuver aimed to separate organic from non-organic paresis of the leg...
- language, an Arawakan language of Brazil Pareši, a village in Macedonia Andrew Paresi, British comedian, writer and musician Paresis, a medical condition...
- Columbia Hall, commonly known as Paresis Hall, was a brothel and **** bar in New York City in the 1890s. Located on the Bowery near Cooper Union, the Hall...
- Milk fever, postparturient hypocalcemia, or parturient paresis is a disease, primarily in dairy cattle but also seen in beef cattle and non-bovine domesticated...
- Ophthalmoparesis refers to weakness (-paresis) or paralysis (-plegia) of one or more extraocular muscles which are responsible for eye movements. It is...
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