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- n. paralysis because of damage to a nerve
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Paralysis due to lesion of a nerve rather than to disease or destruction of the nervous centers.
CHRONIC DISEASES Chronic rheumatic diseases Functional recovery of central and peripheral neuroparalysis Metabolic diseases, especially diabetes, obesity, and gout Chronic gastrointestinal diseases
The queen leant her head to one side, in the strange manner queens had, almost like a little bit of a neuroparalysis.