Paralysis, Facial Paralysis and Chorea


On account of Hemorrhage in brain or thrombosis in meningeal arteries, meningeal blood circulation becomes obstructed resulting in loss of sensation or movement in left or right portion of the body connected to the effected part of the brain and this condition is called paralysis.

Cooling object or air effects the neuralgic branches of the face and it becomes deviated from normal face. The patient complains of numbness also and this state of face is called facial paralysis.

In the beginning patient feels fatigue and later on leads to trembling in hand which later on transfers to other hand also. It takes place quite often among the old and weak persons and this state is called chorea

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