Loss of sensibility in lower extremities; aversion to motion; cold feet, followed by burning under toes; when trying to walk, great weakness and uncertainly in lower limbs, has to be led; slow, tottering gait.
After injuries or intermittent fevers, from concussion of spine, (<) in damp, cold weather.
Excessive weakness of atrophied limbs, pains least felt when moving the paretic part.
One-sided paralysis; tension and shortening of the muscles, sensibility mostly intact; catarrhal and rheumatic condition.
Craving, unnatural appetite; paraplegia; child may be otherwise well or weak, pale and sickly, with constant restlessness.
Paralytic affections originating in small of back after taking cold, with cold feeling of extremities; great weakness; aching of limbs, feeling of weight in feet; it acts chiefly upon those portions of the nervous system which control muscular movements; anaemic states.
Upward, progressing paralysis; PARESIS AFTER SEVERE ACUTE DISEASES; weakness of legs, staggering gait; painless lameness; muscular paralysis without spasms.
Loss of motion, but not of sensation; muscles weak, will not obey the will; tired feeling of mind and body; sensation of heaviness in limbs; temporarily (>) from stimulants.
Paresis and emaciation without perceptible cause; coldness and numbness of extremities from below upward.
Paresis of lower extremities, with tremulous, tottering gait, sensibility remaining intact or even increased; no pains; emaciation of affected parts, (<) in rainy weather when standing or walking, (>) lying down.
Incomplete paralysis; motion impeded by painful twitchings, with coldness and numbness of the parts; great nervous debility.
Feeling of great weakness along the whole length of spine and in lower extremities; trembling of body; slight exertion causes great weakness; intellect normal.
General or partial paralysis, with wasting of muscular tissue and intact sensibility; obstinate constipation; hands and feet cold; total want of sweat.
In consequence of getting wet; painful stiffness with numbness and tingling; cold feet; paralysis of one leg or of one arm, sensation not much impaired.
Paralysis from defective nutrition of the nervous system; over- susceptibility to nervous stimuli; trembling of legs, as if he had lost all power over them.
Paralyzed parts are constantly moist from perspiration.