Definición de paraplegia en inglés:

paraplegia

Silabificación: par·a·ple·gi·a
Pronunciación: /ˌperəˈplēj(ē)ə
 
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sustantivo

Paralysis of the legs and lower body, typically caused by spinal injury or disease.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A spinal injury leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia could lead to an insurance company paying out between €5 million and €7 million.
  • Paralysis can involve all four extremities, a condition called quadriplegia or tetraplegia, or only the lower body, resulting in paraplegia.
  • Injuries to the lower spinal cord could cause paraplegia while injuries to the upper level could cause quadriplegia - completely immobilising a patient.

Origen

mid 17th century: modern Latin, from Greek paraplēgia, from paraplēssein 'strike at the side', from para 'beside' + plēssein 'to strike'.

Derivativos

paraplegic

adjetivo & sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • One half of the 26 men were paraplegic, and one half were quadriplegic.
  • A male paraplegic who had experienced several ulcers and surgeries described the importance of ongoing skin assessment.
  • Have scientists discovered a panacea that will not only cure some of mankind's most debilitating illnesses but also get paraplegics walking again?

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