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Paralysis Symptom

Paralysis does not really have symptoms but rather it is a symptom. You take the meaning of paralysis and classify it as a symptom. This would mean the symptoms of paralysis are the weakness or the inability to use a muscle or group of muscles.

Paralysis as a symptom

There are many diseases, conditions and injuries that have paralysis as a symptom. Paralysis symptoms can also come from accidents, trauma, fractures, infections and viruses.
 
 

Paralysis as a symptom A - C

Acoustic Neurinoma ... facial paralysis
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis ... hemiplegia (paralysis on one side of the body), monoparesis (paralysis of a single limb)
Adult-onset ALD ... paralysis (of the lower extremities), progressive spastic paraparesis
Alternating Hemiplegia ... eye muscle paralysis, facial muscle paralysis, limb paralysis, temporary episodes of one-sided paralysis, hemiplegia
Arachnoid Cysts ... hemiparesis
Arteriovenous Malformation ... paralysis
Asphyxia ... paralysis
Bell's Palsy ... two-sided facial paralysis, one-sided facial paralysis
Botulism food poisoning ... paralysis, progressive respiratory paralysis
Brain compression ... one-sided paralysis
Brown-Sequard Syndrome ... hemianesthesia, hemiparaplegia
Canavan disease ... Paralysis
Cerebral hemorrhage ... partial paralysis, total paralysis
Cerebral Palsy ... spastic limb paralysis, spastic paralysis
Chiari Malformation ... Paralysis of legs, Paralysis of arms

Paralysis as a symptom D - G

Decompression sickness ... paralysis
Diphtheria ... muscle paralysis
Encephalitis ... paralysis
Encephaloceles ... spastic quadriplegia (paralysis of all 4 limbs)
Extradural hematoma ... paralysis
Fahr's Syndrome ... spastic paralysis
Female carrier ALD ... spastic paraparesis of the lower limbs
Fractures ... paralysis
Guillain-Barre Syndrome ... facial paralysis, acute neuromuscular paralysis, paralysis

Paralysis as a symptom  H - J

Herpes zoster oticus ... Facial paralysis
Hodgkin's Disease ... paralysis
Hydranencephaly ... spastic quadriparesis
Hysteria ... limb paralysis, paralysis
Incontinentia Pigmenti ... slight paralysis
Intercostal neuralgia ... paralysis
Japanese encephalitis ... spastic paralysis, flaccid paralysis

Paralysis as a symptom  K - N

Krabbé Disease ... paralysis
Lupus ... paralysis
Lyme disease ... Bell's palsy
Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis ... paralysis
Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome ... Partial facial paralysis
Metachromatic Leukodystrophy ... paralysis
Microcephaly ... spastic quadriplegia
Mobius syndrome ... facial paralysis
Moyamoya Disease ... hemiparesis
Multiple Sclerosis ... Paralysis
Narcolepsy ... sagging facial muscles, complete body collapse, sleep paralysis

Paralysis as a symptom P - S

Paget's disease of bone ... paralysis
Paraplegia ... leg paralysis
Polio ... muscle paralysis
Porencephaly ... spastic paresis (slight or incomplete paralysis)
Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy ... paralysis, hemiparesis
RRabies ... jaw paralysis, paralysis, progressive paralysis
Rasmussen's Encephalitis ... hemiparesis
Schistosomiasis ... paralysis
Schizencephaly ... quadriparesis, hemiparesis, hemiparesis
Spina bifida ... lower limb paralysis, complete paralysis
Spinal cord injury ... paralysis
Stroke ... hemiparesis, one-sided paralysis, hemiplegia
Sturge-Weber Syndrome ... hemiparesis
Subarachnoid hemorrhage ... paralysis, hemiplegia
Subdural hematoma ... paralysis
Syphilis ... paralysis

Paralysis as a symptom T - Z

Tay Sachs ... paralysis
Tetanus ... paralysis
Tick paralysis ... muscle paralysis
Todd's Paralysis ... transient paralysis, hemiparesis
Transient Ischemic Attack ... hemiparesis
Wallenberg's Syndrome ... facial muscle paralysis
Wilson's Disease ... muscle paralysis

 

 

 
 
 
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