hemiparesis


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hemiparesis

[¦he·mē·pə′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Muscle weakness on one side of the body.
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Abnormal neurological examination (focal neurological signs, abnormal eye movements, ataxia, hemiparesis, papilloedema)
Independent samples t- test was used to determine the differences between the anthropometric, demographic and clinical characteristics, as well as balance performance in male and female hemiparetic stroke survivors, in hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke survivors, and in stroke survivors with right-sided or left- sided hemiparesis.
Confusion and drowsiness may follow with seizures, hemiparesis and coma if not treated.
Forty inpatients with severe hemiparesis within one year of having suffered their first stroke, and without neglect, apraxia or severe cognitive deficits, were recruited.
We report a case with Moyamoya disease with aortic coarctation and CBT presented with acute convulsion and right hemiparesis.
Methods: A 78-year-old female presented to the emergency room with a dense right hemiparesis, leftward gaze preference and dense global aphasia.
The purpose of this study was to compare bilateral intralimb coordination of people with hemiparesis to that of age-matched healthy individuals during walking.
Within 24 hours of eating contaminated shellfish, patients will have GI symptoms followed by memory loss, seizures, hemiparesis, ophthalmoplegia, and coma.
Focal neurologic deficits such as hemiparesis, speech difficulties (dominant hemisphere involvement), and visual field defects gradually ensue ipsilateral to the side of seizures.
CASE FACTS: On August 15, 1992, Sandra Lection was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at the Medical Center of Mesquite with symptoms including slurred speech, hemiparesis, severe headache, dizziness, and other neurological symptoms.