pseudoparalysis


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pseudoparalysis

[¦sü·dō·pə′ral·ə·səs]
(medicine)
An apparent motor paralysis that is caused by voluntary inhibition of motor impulses because of pain or other organic or psychic causes.
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On examination she was febrile and had a warm, swollen right shoulder and elbow with associated pseudoparalysis of both joints.
Another 3(15%) clavicle fracture cases were associated with pseudoparalysis in the ipsilateral upper limb.
dagger]) Signs and symptoms of CS in an infant or a child aged <2 years included condyloma lata, snuffles, syphilitic rash, hepatosplenomegaly, jaundice/hepatitis, pseudoparalysis, or edema (nephrotic syndrome, malnutrition, or both).
Reverse shoulder arthroplasty combined with a modified latissimus dorsi and teres major tendon transfer for shoulder pseudoparalysis associated with dropping arm.
Both pain and function are improved in cases of pseudoparalysis of forward flexion.
1 Extracutaneous findings include scorbutic rosary, fractures, pain and tenderness of bones, pseudoparalysis, and normochromic normocytic anemia.
The diagnosis of BF was based on Pseudoparalysis, loss of continuity, tenderness, swelling, deformity and was confirmed by radiography of the affected extremity.
Neonatal osteitis may be undramatic and present with pseudoparalysis or failure to use a limb.
If it is just a temporary pseudoparalysis, you are making sure the animal doesn't get away.
Symptoms of pediatric acute hematogenous osteomyelitis include swelling, redness, pseudoparalysis, tenderness to palpation, increased warmth, and limited range of motion.