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Photo: Former junior varsity coach Chuck Wade, who suffered partial paralysis in a '93 auto crash, instructs players in plyometric training Monday.
One friend said: "She has suffered partial paralysis, but is still able to walk and talk.
He has a partial paralysis of his left arm, his sight is poor, he can't walk far, and he can't write.
Rehman suffered from partial paralysis, as well as, according to some reports, diabetes, in his old age.
Meanwhile, Andy, 52, was once the director of a million pound business, but a stroke left him with partial paralysis.
Andy Ibbott, 52, owned a motorbike business but had a stroke in 2011 that left him with partial paralysis and speech troubles.
I still have partial paralysis of my whole left side and a slight limp with an odd gait.
After extensive rehabilitation, Mr Jones has been left with nerve damage and partial paralysis of his calves.
Botox - or botulinum toxin type A (BTX-A) to give it its full name - is a neurotoxin produced by the bacterial species Clostridium botulinum that causes partial paralysis by blocking the release of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine.
Rosa has been left with partial paralysis of her left side and is now awaiting a full body MRI in a bid to pinpoint the cause.
net/library/englisharticles/qasida/) Qasida al-Burda , which venerates the Prophet, who is said to have cured the poet of partial paralysis.
Partial paralysis of the arms, typically on just one side, is common after stroke, and can affect someone's ability to wash, dress or feed themselves.