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n. hemiparesis, debilidad muscular que afecta un lado del cuerpo. V.: hemiparesia.
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Further physical examination did not reveal papilledema but mild hemiparesis.
Here, we report an atypical (incomplete) KD who presented with fever for 3 days and sudden onset of hemiparesis and aphasia (arterial ischemic stroke with middle cerebral artery occlusion).
Changes in mental status, hemiparesis and seizures are common but other nonspecific neurological features may also occur.
dagger]) Upper motor neuron signs included increased tone, increased reflexes, Babinski sign, or abnormally slow finger or foot taps, and patterns of weakness included hemiparesis or weakness preferentially involving the distal extensor muscles.
During an academic meeting in 1977 he suffered the first of several strokes that were to plague him in later life, and woke with temporary aphasia and a hemiparesis.
The patient regained consciousness 8 days after the craniectomy with very mild right hemiparesis.
It typically presents with intractable seizures, mental retardation, developmental delay, contralateral hemiparesis and hemianopia.
After the hearing at Preston crown court, Beacham said he is diabetic and needs metal callipers on his legs due to hemiparesis, which leaves one side of the body weak.
Dyke-Davidoff-Masson syndrome (DDMS) is a rare neurologic condition clinically characterized by a different degree of mental retardation, facial or body asymmetry, hemiparesis or hemiplegia and epileptic seizures [1-3].
This condition is clinically characterized by facial asymmetry, contralateral spastic hemiplegia or hemiparesis, mental retardation, and refractory seizure.
A common motor impairment resulting from stroke is hemiparesis.