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Wheelchairs were distributed to 36 people with complete paralysis, 44 people with partial paralysis and 20 people whose legs were amputated.
There, he abused her physically and sexually though she suffered from partial paralysis.
The Ethiopian victim, who suffers partial paralysis, accused the 32-year-old of luring her into his car by offering to drive her home.
Lyme disease can be severe, starting with a rash and escalating to arthritis and even partial paralysis.
Samia Al-Hajri has suffered from partial paralysis since her birth.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A teenager shot by Israeli forces on Tuesday is suffering from partial paralysis due to his injuries, the boy's uncle said.
After her diabetic husband, the sole breadwinner in the family, was disabled by partial paralysis, the family's income became so scant that to save on costs the mother decided she had no choice but to remove her children from school.
The defendant was treated first for suffering partial paralysis on his right side while the victim remained in the Emergency Room for 90 minutes until he collapsed and died.
It's only two years since Steve Taylor was struck down with a rare and debilitating condition called Guillain-Barre Syndrome which causes partial paralysis.
Kirk, 53, suffered a major stroke on the right side of his brain last January that caused partial paralysis on the left side of his body and rendered him blind in one quadrant of his left eye.
deafness, blindness, missing extremities, partial paralysis, complete paralysis, epilepsy, severe intellectual disability, psychiatric disability and dwarfism--represented 0.
I am not satisfied by the current investigations and this is due to the partial paralysis which the state is currently experiencing.