1. Paralyses When such institutions emerge they will be stable until another shock upsets the underlying political balance of power and Paralyses their adaptive capacity. From the Cambridge English …
2. Paralyses When such institutions emerge they will be stable until another shock upsets the underlying political balance of power and Paralyses their adaptive capacity. From Cambridge …
3. Annual rates of postthyroidectomy vocal fold Paralyses are decreasing among Medicare beneficiaries with WDTC
4. High incidence in this aged population is likely due to a preponderance of temporary Paralyses, which is supported by the need for directed intervention in less than a quarter of affected pa …
5. What is periodic paralysis? The different types of periodic Paralyses are distinguished by what happens to potassium levels in the blood (specifically the serum, or fluid, portion of the blood)
6. It hops onto its victim’s back and delivers a surgical bite that Paralyses the amphibian, giving the beetle time to eat at its leisure
7. Polar storm Paralyses US Gulf Coast petrochemical sector The polar storm that descended into the US Gulf Coast on 14 February, bringing unprecedented prolonged freezing temperatures to many
8. Familial periodic Paralyses are a group of inherited neurological disorders caused by mutations in genes that regulate sodium and calcium channels in nerve cells
9. What does Paralyses mean? Plural form of paralysis
10. Abstract Periodic Paralyses (PPs) are rare neuromuscular disorders caused by mutations in skeletal muscle sodium, calcium, and potassium channel genes
11. Definition of Paralyses in the Definitions.net dictionary
12. What does Paralyses mean? Information and translations of Paralyses in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
13. The periodic Paralyses are now grouped with the myotonic disorders, because all are ion channel diseases, or "channelopathies." See: hyperkalemic periodic paralysis, hypokalemic periodic paralysis, normokalemic periodic paralysis.
14. Familial periodic Paralyses are a group of inherited neurological disorders caused by mutations in genes that regulate sodium and calcium channels in nerve cells
15. The periodic Paralyses are a group of rare inherited disorders that cause temporary episodes of muscle weakness or paralysis
16. RESULTS: Periodic Paralyses are a heterogeneous group of disorders, clinically characterized by episodes of flaccid muscle weakness, occurring at irregular intervals
17. Familial periodic Paralyses are a group of inherited neurological disorders caused by mutations in genes that regulate sodium and calcium channels in nerve cells
18. The heterogeneous group of muscle diseases known as periodic Paralyses (PP) is characterized by episodes of flaccid muscle weakness occurring at irregular intervals
19. "Paralyses, Familial Periodic" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings).Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure, which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
20. Paralyses must be distinguished from motor disorders associated with inflammation of muscles and lesions of bones and joints, which restrict the range of movement mechanically
21. The heterogeneous group of muscle diseases known as periodic Paralyses (PP) is characterized by episodes of flaccid muscle weakness occurring at irregular intervals
22. Hypokalemic PP is the most common of the periodic Paralyses, but is still quite rare, with an estimated prevalence of 1 in 100,000
23. BACKGROUND: Periodic Paralyses and paramyotonia congenita are rare disorders causing disabling weakness and myotonia
24. Synonyms for Paralyses in Free Thesaurus
25. Paralyses, Familial Periodic (1965-1999) See Also Consider Also Public MeSH Note 2000 Online Note History Note 2000 Entry Combination Heading Mapped to Frequency Note Source Indexing Information Date Established 2000/01/01 Date of Entry 1999/11/03 Revision Date 2013/07/08.
Definition of paralysis. 1 : complete or partial loss of function especially when involving the motion or sensation in a part of the body. 2 : loss of the ability to move. 3 : a state of powerlessness or incapacity to act.
Tetraplegia, or quadriplegia, refers to paralysis in all four limbs. In some cases, it may also affect parts of the chest, abdomen, and back. Damage to the brain or spinal cord can cause this ...
paralyse (third-person singular simple present paralyses, present participle paralysing, simple past and past participle paralysed) (transitive) To afflict with paralysis.
Medical Definition of Paralysis. Paralysis: Loss of voluntary movement (motor function). Paralysis that affects only one muscle or limb is partial paralysis, also known as palsy; paralysis of all muscles is total paralysis, as may occur in cases of botulism.