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Paralysis is a loss of strength in and control over a muscle or group of muscles in a part of the body. Most of the time, this is not due to a problem with the muscles themselves. It is more likely due to a problem somewhere along the chain of nerve cells that runs from the body part to your brain and back again. These nerve cells deliver the signals for your muscles to move. There are many types and degrees of paralysis. The condition can be: 1. Partial, when you still have some control of your muscles (sometimes called paresis) 2. Complete, when you can’t move your muscles at all 3. Permanent, when muscle control never comes back 4.Temporary, when some or all muscle control returns 5.Flaccid, when the muscles get flabby and shrink
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