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*  Parinaud's syndrome
Pseudo-Argyll Robertson pupils: Accommodative paresis ensues, and pupils become mid-dilated and show light-near dissociation. ...
*  Paralysis
A minor rupture may only result in paresis, but a major rupture can cause enough damage to cut off circulation. If no signs of ... As the disease progresses, the paresis and paralysis gradually move forward. This disease also affects other large breeds of ...
*  Paresis
Vocal cord paresis). Neurologists use the term paresis to describe weakness, and plegia to describe paralysis in which all ... The term paresis comes from the Ancient Greek: πάρεσις "letting go" from παρίημι "to let go, to let fall". Monoparesis - One ... Paresis (/pəˈriːsɪs, ˈpærəsɪs/) is a condition typified by a weakness of voluntary movement, or partial loss of voluntary ... and Cerebral palsy Gastroparesis - impaired stomach emptying A form of ophthalmoplegia Spastic paresis - exaggerated tendon ...
*  Todd's paresis
... , Todd's paralysis, or Todd's palsy (or postictal paresis/paralysis, "after seizure") is focal weakness in a part ... This view is as a result of a recent study that showed the incidence of Todd's paresis to be in 0.4% of infants that have been ... Todd's paresis may also affect speech, eye position (gaze), or vision. The condition is named after Robert Bentley Todd (1809- ... A Todd's paresis in this context may overestimate the extent of neurological deficit due to the vascular process itself ...
*  Paresis Hall
... was particularly renowned and reviled even at the time, and was a common target for both police activity and ... Columbia Hall, commonly known as Paresis Hall, was a brothel and gay bar in New York City in the 1890s. Located on the Bowery ...
*  Vocal fold paresis
... describes the weakness of the PCA and an impairment to its functioning. Unilateral vocal fold paresis is the ... Bacterial infections have also been reported to cause VF paresis, such as syphilis and Lyme disease. VF paresis can result from ... Yet another source reported only 71 cases of vocal fold paresis over 7 years. Incidence rates of vocal fold paresis after ... are often observed in vocal fold paresis. Glottal insufficiency is another common symptom observed in vocal fold paresis. In ...
*  Hoover's sign (leg paresis)
Hoover's sign of leg paresis is one of two signs named for Charles Franklin Hoover. It is a maneuver aimed to separate organic ... Feeling this would indicate an organic cause of the paresis. If the examiner does not feel the "normal" leg's heel pushing down ... Sonoo M (January 2004). "Abductor sign: a reliable new sign to detect unilateral non-organic paresis of the lower limb". J. ... Ziv I, Djaldetti R, Zoldan Y, Avraham M, Melamed E (December 1998). "Diagnosis of "non-organic" limb paresis by a novel ...
*  General paresis of the insane
... was first described as a distinct disease in 1822 by Antoine Laurent Jesse Bayle. General paresis ... or what is now called syphilitic paresis. The Chicago gangster Al Capone died of syphilitic paresis, having contracted syphilis ... Prior to that, paresis was inevitably fatal unless another terminating illness intervened, and accounted for as much as 25% of ... General paresis, also known as general paralysis of the insane or paralytic dementia, is a severe neuropsychiatric disorder, ...
*  Worster-Drought syndrome
... is a form of congenital suprabulbar paresis that occurs in some children with cerebral palsy. It is ... Patton MA, Baraitser M, Brett EM (February 1986). "A family with congenital suprabulbar paresis (Worster-Drought syndrome)". ... Worster-Drought C (August 1956). "Congenital suprabulbar paresis". The Journal of Laryngology and Otology. 70 (8): 453-63. doi: ...
*  Radu Lucian Sulica
Sulica, L; Courey, M; Postma, G; Garrett, C; Bielamowicz, S; Merati, A (2008). "Vocal Fold Paresis". Otolaryngology - Head and ... and being a major proponent of the significance of vocal fold paresis in voice complaints. His latest collaboration, with Ryan ...
*  Giovanni Morone
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*  Monoplegia
For more information, see paresis. A person with monoplegia can be referred to as a monoplegic. Monoplegia of the upper limb is ...
*  Multifocal motor neuropathy
Straver DC, van Asseldonk JT, Notermans NC, Wokke JH, van den Berg LH, Franssen H (February 2011). "Cold paresis in multifocal ...
*  Anatomical terms of location
For example, unilateral paresis is hemiparesis. Varus and valgus correspond to medial and lateral, respectively, regarding the ...
*  Arytenoid Adduction
Stager, SV (December 2014). "Vocal fold paresis: etiology, clinical diagnosis and clinical management". Current Opinion in ... Sulica, Lucian (8 May 2013). "Vocal Fold Paresis: An Evolving Clinical Concept". Current Otorhinolaryngology Reports. 1 (3): ...
*  Chicken anaemia virus
Neurological signs include dullness, depression and paresis. In older chickens, subclinical infection (an infection with no ...
*  Ophthalmoparesis
Paresis Harrington, John N. "Orbital Cellulitis Clinical Presentation". Medscape. Retrieved 31 October 2014. ... Ophthalmoparesis or ophthalmoplegia refers to weakness (-paresis) or paralysis (-plegia) of one or more extraocular muscles ...
*  Cerebral softening
Subscription required (help)). Ord-Mackenzie S. A. (1993). "Transient And Recurring Paresis in Acute Cerebral Softening". Br ...
*  Konrad Laskonogi
He probably suffered from paresis of the legs. He was prepared by his parents for an ecclesiastical career, probably at the ...
*  Coiled-coil domain-containing 37 (FLJ40083)
"OMIM Entry - % 601471 - FACIAL PARESIS, HEREDITARY CONGENITAL, 1; HCFP1". Omim.org. Retrieved 2015-03-07. ... CCDC37 was also found in spatial and temporal regions in mice that are associated with hereditary congenital facial paresis ( ...
*  Mamushi
in Japanese). Takeshita, T; Yamada, K; Hanada, M; Oda-Ueda, N (2003). "Case report: Extraocular muscle paresis caused by ...
*  John P. Gray (psychiatrist)
Gray, John P. General Paresis, or Incomplete Progressive Paralysis. Albany, NY: Van Benthuysen, 1866. Gray, John P. Insanity, ...
*  Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck
She died of paresis at the age of 83. Hasbrouck Street in Middletown was named after Lydia and John in the 1860s because it ran ...
*  Christian Dietrich Grabbe
He died from general paresis in the same year. With Georg Büchner, Grabbe was one of the principal German dramatists of his ...
*  Cercle Hermaphroditos
Meeting at Paresis Hall, early members included Jennie June. Unlike other LGBT advocacy groups, the Cercle published no ...