Results 1 - 9 of 9 for paralysis
  1. ... a large foreign body that occludes the airway Paralysis of the muscles that affect swallowing causing a ...
  2. ... and nerves. Outcomes range from normal development to paralysis (paraplegia). Infants may require about 2 weeks in ...
  3. ... Serious complications of spina bifida can include leg paralysis, bladder and kidney defects, brain swelling (hydrocephalus), and ...
  4. ... for this disorder include seizures, hyperactivity, crossed eyes, paralysis, hearing loss, and muscular weakness.
  5. ... the brain. This leads to stroke, with possible paralysis or other deficits.
  6. ... cord injury often causes loss of feeling and paralysis, the loss of movement and voluntary control over ...
  7. ... cells (hematological problems), and nerve (neurological) damage (coma, paralysis). This snake bite has caused swelling and local ...
  8. ... cells (hematological problems), and nerve (neurological) damage (coma, paralysis). This snake bite has caused the hand to ...
  9. ... injury is severe it can cause weakness or paralysis of the entire upper limb.