Flaccid paralysis

What is Flaccid paralysis?

Flaccid paralysis is characterised by weakness, paralysis and reduced muscle tone without obvious cause. It may be caused by disease or trauma affecting the nerves associated with the involved muscles.

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I am an intern physiotherapist and I am currently managing a patient that had typhoid perforation and underwent exploratory laparatomy some weeks...

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Hello Good Evening,

According to your description, patient had typhoid infection, so she underwent to intestinal perforation and had gone through...

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hello i have a six year old son and the first week of feb he was sick in the 11 i took him to his dr and they said he had broncchitist then on 19th...

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This may be GBS(Guillain Barre syndrome).

This is an autoimmune disease of the nervous system but it can be triggered following an...

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