quadriplegia

[n] - paralysis of both arms and both legs
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Quadriplegia

Weakness (or paralysis) of the upper limbs.
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Quadriplegia

Quadriplegia: Paralysis of all four limbs, both arms and both legs, as from a high spinal cord accident or stroke.
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quadriplegia

Paralysis of all four limbs, both arms and both legs, as from a high spinal cord accident or stroke. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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quadriplegia

noun paralysis of both arms and both legs
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quadriplegia

(kwod″rĭ-ple´jә) paralysis of all four limbs; motor or sensory function or both in the areas served by the cervical spinal nerves is impaired or lost due to damage to that part of the spinal cord, resulting in impaired function in the upper limbs, lower limbs, trunk, and pelvic organs. This term does not incl...
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quadriplegia

(from the article `paraplegia`) ...be caused by injury to or disease of the lower spinal cord or peripheral nerves or by such brain disorders as cerebral palsy. Some paraplegics are ...
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QUADRIPLEGIA

Paralysis of all four limbs
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QUADRIPLEGIA

Paralysis of all four limbs.
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quadriplegia

quadriplegia: see paraplegia.
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quadriplegia

Type: Term Pronunciation: kwah′dri-plē′jē-ă Definitions: 1. Paralysis of all four limbs. Synonyms: tetraplegia
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Quadriplegia

Quadriplegia refers to paralysis from the neck down, including the trunk, legs and arms. The condition is typically caused by an injury to the spinal cord that contains the nerves that transmit messages of movement and sensation from the brain to parts of the body. Quadriplegia is most likely to occur from a spinal cord injury to the neck at C5 (ce...
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Quadriplegia

All the four limbs being afflicted with paralysis, which can be caused due to an accident which damages the upper part of the spinal cord, or stroke.
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Quadriplegia

Paralysis of all four limbs, both arms and both legs.
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