One of the miracles of the human body is how it sends signals across the nervous system. Signals control everything in our bodies, from the operation of internal organs to limb movement. When healthcare providers cause damage to the brain or spinal cord, the resulting paralysis can be devastating. Patients might permanently lose the capacity to earn a living or otherwise function normally in life.
Paralysis can affect a single muscle group or an entire region of the body. Local paralysis affects one part of the body. Paralysis can also be complete or partial. Complete paralysis means there is no sensation left in the affected areas. Partial paralysis means there can still be sensation felt. Some of the symptoms include:
It is commonly categorized into three basic types:
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