palsy

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} acizlik
inme
felç
felç et
felce uğratmak
{i} titreme, sürekli titremeye yol açan hastalık
felç etmek
nüzul
kötürüm bırakmak
{i} sarsaklık
titreme
paralysis
{i} felç
palsy walsy
palsi walsy
paralysis
(Diş Hekimliği) Sinir veya nöronların zedelenmesi ile, kas fonksiyonu veya duyu kaybı
cerebral palsy
(Tıp) serebral palsi
paralysis
(Arılık) paraliz
palsied
kötürüm
palsied
felçli
paralysis
inme
paralysis
paralizi
bell's palsy
yüz kasları tiki
bells palsy
Yüz felci
cerebral palsy
(Tıp, İlaç) 1-Çocuklarda bedensel sakatlık yaratan en yaygın hastalık.2-Serebral Palsi (SP)3-Enfantil dönem sırasında veya prenatal veya perinatal dönemde meydana gelen beyin hasarının (genellikle anoxia’ye bağlı) neden olduğu bir non-progresif nöromusküler bozukluklar grubu.4-Gelişmekte olan beyin dokusunda zedelenme sonucu oluşan duruş ve hareketbozukluğu.(Zeka genellikle normaldir.)
complete paralysis
komple felç
erb's palsy
erb's palsi
facial palsy
Yüz felci
paralysis
kötürümlük
paralysis
nüzul
bell's palsy
(Diş Hekimliği) ( sir C. Bell, 1774 - 1842. İskoç fizyolog ) periferal fasiyal paraliz
bell's palsy
(Tıp) Bir çeşit felç
bell’s palsy
(Tıp) bell palsi
palsied
{s} aksayan
palsied
(Tıp) Mefluç, felçli, inmeli
palsied
{s} sarsak
palsied
aksak
palsied
mefluç
paralysis
{i} durdurulma
paralysis
{i} felç olma
paralysis
(Tıp) Genel felç, paralizi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Chummy, friendly
Complete or partial muscle paralysis of a body part, often accompanied by a loss of feeling and uncontrolled body movements such as shaking
to paralyse, either completely or partially

In the month of August, I issued proposals for publishing THE LIBERATOR in Washington city; but the enterprise, though hailed in different sections of the country, was palsied by public indifference.

paralysis
{n} a privation of the power of action
{v} to destroy the power of action, paralize
paralysis of a muscle or group of muscles
Paralysis or difficulty with muscle control
complete paralysis
Paralysis, or problems in the control of voluntary movement
affect with palsy
Palsy is a loss of feeling in part of your body. see also cerebral palsy
{i} (Medicine) paralysis, condition in which a body part cannot be moved (caused by nerve or brain damage, etc.)
a condition marked by uncontrollable tremor
Paralysis, complete or partial
loss of the ability to move a body part
paralysis or loss of muscle control
Paralysis or uncontrolled movement of controlled muscles
To affect with palsy, or as with palsy; to deprive of action or energy; to paralyze
palesie
palesy
palsy-walsy
very friendly with someone - used especially when you disapprove of this (pal)
Bell's palsy
A paralysis of cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) resulting in inability to control facial muscles on the affected side
cerebral palsy
A group of non-progressive, non-contagious conditions, caused by brain damage before birth or during infancy, characterized by impairment of muscular coordination
palsied
Simple past tense and past participle of palsy
supranuclear palsy
A rare degenerative disease involving the gradual deterioration and death of selected areas of the brain
palsied
{a} afflicted with the palsy
bells palsy
Bell's palsy (or facial palsy) is characterised by facial drooping on the affected half, due to malfunction of the facial nerve (VII cranial nerve), which controls the muscles of the face. Named after Scottish anatomist Charles Bell, who first described it, Bell's palsy is the most common acute mononeuropathy (disease involving only one nerve), and is the most common cause of acute facial nerve paralysis. The paralysis is of the infranuclear/lower motor neuron type
cerebral palsy
(Tıp, İlaç) Cerebral palsy (CP) is an umbrella term encompassing a group of non-progressive, non-contagious diseases that cause physical disability in human development
facial palsy
Bell's palsy (or facial palsy) is characterised by facial drooping on the affected half, due to malfunction of the facial nerve (VII cranial nerve), which controls the muscles of the face. Named after Scottish anatomist Charles Bell, who first described it, Bell's palsy is the most common acute mononeuropathy (disease involving only one nerve), and is the most common cause of acute facial nerve paralysis. The paralysis is of the infranuclear/lower motor neuron type
Bell's palsy
A unilateral facial muscle paralysis of sudden onset, resulting from trauma, compression, or infection of the facial nerve and characterized by muscle weakness and a distorted facial expression
bells palsy
Paralysis of the facial nerve, producing distortion of one side of the face
cerebral palsy
A syndrome of weakness, spasticity, poor coordination of the limbs and other muscles, impaired sensory perception, and sometimes impaired intelligence The cause of cerebral palsy is not always known, although many cases are linked with lack of oxygen during birth
cerebral palsy
a broad term that describes a group of neurological (brain) disorders It is a life-long condition that affects the communication between the brain and the muscles, causing a permanent state of uncoordinated movement and posturing CP is the result of an episode that causes a lack of oxygen to the brain
cerebral palsy
a disorder that involves a lack of muscular coordination, shaking, or unclear speech (See 372)
cerebral palsy
{i} paralysis caused by brain damage before or during childbirth
cerebral palsy
Disability resulting from damage to the brain before or during birth and outwardly manifested by muscular incoordination and speech disturbances
cerebral palsy
a disorder of the nervous system which affects muscle movement
cerebral palsy
a loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms caused by permanent brain damage present at birth
cerebral palsy
Any one of a group of conditions in which motor control is affected because of lesions in various parts of the brain
cerebral palsy
Cerebral Palsy is defined as "a disorder of movement and posture due to a non-progressive defect or lesion of the immature brain" This means that cerebral palsy shows itself in the abnormal way a person moves and holds himself, because there was some damage to the developing brain, before, during or after birth
cerebral palsy
Disability resulting from damage to thebrain before or during birth and outwardly manifested by muscular incoordination and speech disturbances
cerebral palsy
A neurological injury that occurs prior to, during, or shortly after birth
cerebral palsy
A disability resulting from damage to the brain before or during birth
cerebral palsy
(CP): A persisting motor disorder appearing before the age of three years due to a nonprogressive damage to the brain
cerebral palsy
related to prenatal brain injury, outwardly manifested by speech problems and dyscoordination
cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy is a condition caused by damage to a baby's brain before or during its birth, which makes its limbs and muscles permanently weak. a disease caused by damage to the brain before or during birth which results in difficulties of movement and speech. Paralysis resulting from abnormal development or damage to the brain before or soon after birth. Cases are of four main types: spastic, with spasms contracting the extremities, and often mental retardation and epilepsy; athetoid, with slow, changing spasms in the face, neck, and extremities, grimacing, and inarticulate speech (dysarthria); ataxic, with poor coordination, muscle weakness, an unsteady gait, and difficulty performing rapid or fine movements; and mixed, in which symptoms of two or more types are present
cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy is a functional disorder caused by damage to the brain during pregnancy, delivery, or shortly after birth It is characterized by movement disorders, such as: spacticity (tight limb muscles), purposeless movements, rigidity (severe form of spacticity), a lack of balance, or a combination of these disorders Individuals with cerebral palsy may also experience seizures, abnormal speech, hearing and visual impairments and mental retardation
cerebral palsy
A chronic condition of muscle control resulting from injury to the brain during early development
cerebral palsy
a broad term that describes a group of neurologic (brain) disorders It is a life-long condition that affects the communication between the brain and the muscles, causing a permanent state of uncoordinated movement and posturing CP is the result of an episode that causes a lack of oxygen to the brain
cerebral palsy
A disorder of movement and posture due to a nonprogressive defect of the immature brain
cerebral palsy
Motor impairment caused by brain damage, which is usually acquired during the prenatal period or during birth; ranging from mild to severe, it is neither curable nor progressive
cerebral palsy
A congenital condition of muscular weakness and difficulty in coordinating voluntary movement owing to developmental or congenital damage to the brain
cerebral palsy
If a child has cerebral palsy, it means that part of the child's brain is not working properly or has not developed The affected area is usually one of the parts that control the muscles and certain body movements In some people, cerebral palsy is barely noticeable Others will be more severely affected No two people will be affected in quite the same way
cerebral palsy
bilateral, symmetrical, nonprogressive paralysis resulting from developmental defects in brain or trauma at birth (Source: Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary)
cerebral palsy
a collection of motor disorders resulting from damage to the brain that occurred before, during, or after birth The damage to the child's brain affects the motor system, and as a result the child has poor coordination, poor balance, or abnormal movement patterns - or a combination of these characteristics
cerebral palsy
A condition caused by damage to the brain, usually occurring before, during, or shortly after birth, and characterized by an inability to fully control motor function
erb's palsy
paralysis of the arm resulting from injury to the brachial plexus (usually during childbirth)
palsied
Trembling as if afflicted with palsy
palsied
affected with palsy or uncontrollable tremor; "hands weak and palsied"
palsied
Afflicted with palsy
palsied
affected with palsy or uncontrollable tremor; "hands weak and palsied
palsied
Affected with palsy; paralyzed
palsied
{s} paralyzed, unable to be moved
palsies
plural of palsy
scrivener's palsy
writer's blindness
palsy

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    /ˈpôlzē/ /ˈpɔːlziː/

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    [ 'pol-zE ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman parleisie, palasie et al., from the accusative form of Latin paralysis Ancient Greek παράλυσις (“palsy”) παραλύειν (“to disable on one side”) παρά (“beside”) + λύειν (“loosen”).

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