a person who has paraplegia (is paralyzed from the waist down)
suffering complete paralysis of the lower half of the body usually resulting from damage to the spinal cord
Paraplegia is an impairment in motor or sensory function of the lower extremities. The word comes from Ionic Greek: παραπληγίη "half-striking". It is usually the result of spinal cord injury or a congenital condition such as spina bifida which affects the neural elements of the spinal canal. ...
(paraplegia) A condition where the lower half of a patient's body is paralyzed and cannot move
(Paraplegia) The Greek para means “beside,” and plegia means “paralysis.”
(paraplegia) loss of movement and sensation in both legs.
(Paraplegia) Spinal cord injury below the cervical level, affecting lower body function.
(Paraplegia) Refers to substantial or total loss of function in the lower part of the body only.
(Paraplegia) A type of Spastic Cerebral Palsy that affects the legs or lower extremities.
(Paraplegia) Severe weakness or paralysis in the legs, often accompanied by loss of bowel/bladder control. Paraplegia can result from a severe trauma to the spine from below the neck.
(Paraplegia) involves a loss of sensation and movement in the legs and in part or all of the trunk. This varies according to the level of the injury. Generally, the lower the injury, the less the loss of movement and sensation. ...
(Paraplegia) paralysis of both lower limbs due to spinal disease or injuryharm or damage that it done..
(paraplegia) An abnormal condition characterized by the loss of sensation and motor function in the lower limbs, which may result in either complete or incomplete paralysis.
One who has a weakness or paralysis of the legs.
WAIST-DOWN FREEZE, where the first sign is (2h)[B], POs down, are held at waist with DH below NDH and DH moves down to show "from the waist down".
a person paralyzed in the legs, and sometimes pelvic areas, as the result of injury to the spinal cord.