Translation of paraplegia in Spanish:

paraplegia

paraplejía, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌparəˈpliːdʒə//ˌpɛrəˈplidʒ(i)ə/

noun

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    paraplejía feminine
    paraplejia feminine
    • Deep vein thrombosis, anemia, quadriplegia, and paraplegia were similar between the 2 groups.
    • The cysts of the bone may result in pathologic fractures, and cysts in the lower vertebrae may lead to spinal cord compression and paraplegia.
    • Injuries to the lower spinal cord could cause paraplegia while injuries to the upper level could cause quadriplegia - completely immobilising a patient.
    • This increases the risk of vertebral canal haematoma, which can lead to permanent paraplegia.
    • Early onset paraplegia develops during the active phase of infection.
    • Injuries to the spinal cord leading to quadriplegia or paraplegia take into account a variety of factors with maximum compensation levels set at €300,000.
    • Traditionally, many patients are left until they develop neurological signs of paraplegia, by which time many will never walk again.
    • We are talking here about brain damage, quadriplegia and paraplegia, mental illness and loss of limbs, eyesight, hearing and sexual function.
    • For example, a person with paraplegia who is wheelchair-bound may be working successfully on a full-time basis as an accountant and therefore not meet the Social Security Administration's definition of disabled.
    • After the operations the plaintiffs developed spastic paraplegia which resulted in permanent paralysis from the waist downwards.
    • Five subjects with paraplegia and 4 with tetraplegia participated in the clinical treatment protocol.
    • A spinal injury leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia could lead to an insurance company paying out between €5 million and €7 million.
    • I think the area that people find harder to understand is people with physical signs, paralysis or blindness, paraplegia in a wheelchair, because that's outside our normal experience.
    • A glimpse in the past brought out the history of paraplegia in the world in general and India in particular.
    • At that time, he showed left-sided weakness, which progressed to paraplegia 6 months later when he was admitted to a rehabilitation hospital.
    • His professional interests were in metastatic paraplegia and paediatric orthopaedics.
    • Two male respondents, 1 with paraplegia and 1 with quadriplegia, verbalized self-responsibility for the PU as well.
    • One respondent, a man with paraplegia who had multiple Stage IV ulcers and flap repairs in the past, verbalized his feelings about stereotypical terms used in relationship to people in wheelchairs.
    • His partial paraplegia improved over the course of a year, after which he presented for treatment of erectile dysfunction.
    • Paralysis can involve all four extremities, a condition called quadriplegia or tetraplegia, or only the lower body, resulting in paraplegia.