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Quadriplegia in Medical Dictionary

Hemiplegia

... Hypotonia Reduced or diminished muscle tone. quadriplegia Paralysis of all four limbs. These often ... four limbs and the trunk are affected (spastic quadriplegia ). Athetotic cerebral palsy . Is it on only ... legs), hemiplegia (one side of the body), or quadriplegia (the entire body). This is the most common type ...

Paraplegia

... Disease s that cause paraplegia or quadriplegia include spinal tuberculosis , syphilis , ... Diplegia is also called paraplegia . spastic quadriplegia ("quad" means four) - spastic movement s in all ... ) or the entire trunk, arms, and legs ( quadriplegia ). causes permanent disability or loss of ...

Quadriplegia

... More on quadriplegia Paraplegia - paralysis of the lower part of ... and arms are affected, the condition is called quadriplegia . Paraplegia ... quadriplegia (quad means four) - involves loss of movement ...

Cranial mononeuropathy

... , ... Cranial mononeuropathy III - compress ion type is a mononeuropathy , which means that only one nerve is affected. (spastic quadriplegia ) or weakness of the face, arms, and legs (upper motor neuron syndrome s). Reflexes may be abnormal. An eye examination may show loss of ...

Mononeuropathy

... Cubital tunnel syndrome : A form of mononeuropathy due to compress ion or other injury of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. (spastic quadriplegia ) or weakness of the face, arms, and legs (upper motor neuron syndrome s). Reflexes may be abnormal. An eye examination may show loss of ...

Neuron

... nerve cells of the brain and spinal column called motor neuron s. An examination may indicate involvement of all four arms and legs (spastic quadriplegia ) or weakness of the face, arms, and legs (upper motor neuron syndrome s). Reflexes may be abnormal. One is working to help the patient ...

Spinal tumor

... s include sarcoma s, astrocytomas, vascular tumor s, and chordomas, in decreasing order of frequency. Disease s that cause paraplegia or quadriplegia include spinal tuberculosis , syphilis , spinal tumor s, multiple sclerosis , and poliomyelitis . Spinal Surgery - Cervical Spinal ...
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