Respiratory Paralysis
(Diaphragmatic Paralysis; Paralysis, Respiratory Muscle)

Complete or severe weakness of the muscles of respiration. This condition may be associated with MOTOR NEURON DISEASES; PERIPHERAL NERVE DISEASES; neuromuscular junction diseases; spinal cord diseases; injury to the phrenic nerve; and other disorders.


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<b>respiratory</b> function
respiratory function

<b>respiratory paralysis</b>
respiratory paralysis

<b>Paralysis</b> of the <b>respiratory</b>
Paralysis of the respiratory

<b>paralysis</b>, <b>respiratory</b>
paralysis, respiratory

<b>respiratory paralysis</b>;
respiratory paralysis;

and <b>respiratory paralysis</b>
and respiratory paralysis

What is Laryngeal <b>Paralysis</b>?
What is Laryngeal Paralysis?

with <b><b>Respiratory Paralysis</b></b>
with <b>Respiratory Paralysis</b>

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Last update: April 2009