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75% for anorectal surgery was found to be statistically different but all of them provided satisfactory analgesia and motor paralysis.
Hence, while some residual motor paralysis of the left forelimb was observed, motor function was restored to 50.
It is important to consider the occurrence of other treatable causes of motor paralysis in patients with Graves' disease, such as acute idiopathic polyneuritis presenting with a rapid onset of flaccid paralysis.
For hypokalaemic motor paralysis, patient was treated with 40 mEq potassium chloride infusion in 500 ml of N/S.
Yet four patients with complete motor paralysis have recovered voluntary muscle control through a new therapy involving electrical stimulation of the spine, according to a study in Brain, a journal of neurology published by Oxford Journals.