Leg Paralysis (Paraplegia)

About- Paraplegia also known as leg paralysis is the loss of muscle function in the lower half of the body results in paralysis of all or part of the trunk, legs, and pelvic organs.
 
Symptoms-
Paraplegia Breathing problem
Paraplegia Changes in sexual function and fertility
Paraplegia Loss of bladder control
Paraplegia Loss of mobility
Paraplegia Pain or tingling sensation in the trunk, legs, and the pelvic region
 
Causes-
Paraplegia Accidents
Paraplegia Autoimmune disorder
Paraplegia Brain or spinal cord infection
Paraplegia Genetic disorder
Paraplegia Motor neuron disease
Paraplegia Prolonged alcoholism
Paraplegia Spina bifida
Paraplegia Spinal cord injury
Paraplegia Spinal cord tumor
Paraplegia Stroke
Paraplegia Surgical injuries

Specialists to visit
Paraplegia Neurologist
Paraplegia Neurosurgeon
Paraplegia Orthopedic Surgeon
Paraplegia Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Paraplegia Physiotherapist

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References
https://www.spinalcord.com
https://www.apollohospitals.com
https://en.wikipedia.org
https://www.mayoclinic.org
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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