Translation of palsy in Spanish:


parálisis, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɔlzi/ /ˈpɔːlzi/ /ˈpɒlzi/


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    parálisis feminine
    • Other patients may present with fractures, bone pain, cranial nerve palsies and osteomyelitis.
    • As the infection spreads in the temporal bone, it may extend into the cranium and result in cranial nerve palsies.
    • The most common manifestation in children is erythema migrans rash followed by arthritis, facial nerve palsy, aseptic meningitis, and carditis.
    • The presentation may be of an unexplained mass or cranial nerve palsies, meningeal symptoms, or even respiratory problems caused by brainstem infiltration.
    • The paralysis or palsy may affect mainly the legs, or all four limbs, or just one side of the body.