paresis


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a slight or partial paralysis

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Founding President, Sam Nujoma and Second President Hifikepunye Pohamba amongst others are also present here at the Paresis Sports Stadium in the Otjozondjupa Region.
The clinical features including onset in the childhood period, headaches preceding and ipsilateral to the third nerve paresis, dilated pupil, ophthalmoplegia that may be permanent and rarely accompanied by aberrant oculomotor regeneration, a minimum of two episodes and a lack of evidence for a structural lesion are known as the criteria for oculomotor OM (2).
(7) The first form involves wing or leg paresis or paralysis.
Other rare entities such as Lyme's disease (8) and thoracic syringomelia (9) can be associated with abdominal wall pain and paresis.
The patient was diagnosed with partial fascicular oculomotor paresis caused by a pontine stroke affecting the MLF.
His consciousness level improved gradually, and oculomotor paresis including ptosis only on the left side was also improved imperfectly 2 weeks later.
Mutarelli, "Phrenic paresis and respiratory insufficiency associated with cervical spondylotic myelopathy," Acta Neurochirurgica, vol.
Vocal cord paresis results from injury to the ipsilateral recurrent laryngeal nerve, a branch of the vagus, at any point along its course, with resulting dysphonia.
As to caloric test-induced electronystagmograms, there were 30 bilaterally normal cases (75.0%), one case of left-side semicircular canal paresis (25%) and nine cases of bilateral semicircular canal paresis (22.5%).
CT work-up is not required in patients with idiopathic paresis not paralysis17.
Distal RTA (dRTA) leading to recurrent hypokalemia and paresis as an initial manifestation of primary Sjogren's syndrome (pSS) is well-known but not commonly reported (1), as pSS is one of the secondary causes of dRTA.
The tumor may present with asymmetrically sensory neural hearing loss with or without tinnitus, dizziness and facial nerve paresis. An MRI scan is the appropriate diagnostic tool final dianosis is made by the post-operative histo-pathology.
According to the International Headache Society 2013 classification, THS is described as unilateral orbital pain associated with paresis of one or more of the third, fourth and/or fifth cranial nerves caused by granulomatous inflammation in the cavernous sinus, superior orbital fissure or orbit.
Keywords: Diabetes; foot drop; herpes zoster; pain; postherpetic paresis.
Mehnaz Shafi from USA discussed management of Gastro paresis in one of the sessions on first day of the 33rd Annual Conference of Pakistan Society of Gastroenterology and GI Endoscopy held here from March 9-11, 2017.