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  1. Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (hyperPP) is a disorder that causes occasional episodes of muscle weakness and sometimes a higher than normal level ...
  2. Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis is a condition in which there are episodes of severe muscle weakness . It occurs in people who have ... hormone levels are not at risk of periodic paralysis. There is a similar disorder, called hypokalemic , or ...
  3. Hypokalemic periodic paralysis (hypoPP) is a disorder that causes occasional episodes of muscle weakness and sometimes a lower than normal level ...
  4. Sleep paralysis is a condition in which you are unable to move or speak right as you're falling ... or waking up. During an episode of sleep paralysis, you are totally aware of what is happening.
  5. Facial paralysis occurs when a person is no longer able to move some or all of the muscles on ... Facial paralysis is almost always caused by: Damage or swelling of the facial nerve, which carries signals from the ...
  6. ... The type depends on the amount of arm paralysis: Brachial plexus palsy most often affects only the ... is also called Duchenne-Erb or Erb-Duchenne paralysis. Klumpke paralysis affects the lower arm and hand. ...
  7. ... the spinal cord leads to muscle weakness and paralysis. Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) is usually caused by ... Complications of AFM include: Muscle weakness and paralysis Loss of limb function
  8. ... loss of movement in a group of muscles (paralysis). Symptoms may affect one arm or leg, one ...
  9. ... term for complete loss of muscle function is paralysis. ... strength may not completely return, even with treatment. Paralysis can be temporary or permanent. It can affect ...
  10. ... to nerve inflammation that causes muscle weakness or paralysis and other symptoms. ... causes tingling, muscle weakness, loss of balance, and paralysis. GBS most often affects the nerve covering ( myelin ...
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