In a prospective study of 59 patients undergoing cardiac surgery, the amplitude and area of diaphragmatic evoked potentials were more sensitive than latency in detecting phrenic nerve paresis .
Gastrointestinal autonomic neuropathy may cause paresis anywhere in the digestive tract, with damage to small myelinated and unmyelinated splanchnic nerves.
With peripheral facial nerve paresis , the forehead and eyes may be affected.
In 1892, he attempted suicide and was sent to a clinic suffering from syphilitic paresis , which had driven him mad; he died at the age of 42.
A right facial droop was noted, indicating a central facial nerve paresis .
examination indicates paresis of the upper left limb
The most alarming symptom of Bell's palsy is paresis ; up to three quarters of affected patients think they have had a stroke or have an intracranial tumour.
The ventilatory response to CO2 was similar on the right and left sides in control subjects, whereas it was significantly higher on the paretic side than on the healthy side in patients.
All the identified patients had psychotic illnesses: mania and melancholia, general paresis , and post-encephalitic states.
During quiet breathing, equivalent tidal volumes were achieved by the paretic and healthy hemithorax.