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Disease relevance of Hemiplegia


Psychiatry related information on Hemiplegia

  • In the other, neurologic late complications accumulated and these children were relegated to Bloom's group III or IV, with major disabilities such as hemiplegia, intractable epilepsy, or mental retardation [6].
  • The symptoms were severe headache in eight children, convulsions and coma in four, hemiplegia in two, and impaired vision and apraxia in one child [7].
  • Using data from a previous randomised trial a logistic regression model identified gait speed, prestroke Frenchay Activities Index, the Abbreviated Mental Test score, sensory neglect, chronic obstructive airways disease and left hemiplegia as significantly associated with 12-month social outcome scores [8].

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Chemical compound and disease context of Hemiplegia


Biological context of Hemiplegia


Anatomical context of Hemiplegia


Gene context of Hemiplegia


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Hemiplegia


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