Indeed this affection and paresis are sometimes spoken of as parasyphilitic affections.
My diagnosis was paresis of the muscularis of the intestine.
This truly pathognomic condition is never absent, and becomes intense when paresis becomes intensified into paralysis.
They may also die of spinal consumption or paresis between the ages of 10 and 20.
The great danger of the cerebro-spinal type is that it will result in paresis or locomotor ataxia.
The all absorbing topic to me in the pipe house was paresis.
If so, he promptly decided to have an acute attack of paresis.
Mr. Walton is now an inmate of a sanitarium, a victim of paresis.
It was not the fear of paresis, or of any other consequence of the disease.
These were nystagmus, paresis of facial muscles, laryngeal spasms, etc.
paresis pa·re·sis (pə-rē'sĭs, pār'ĭ-sĭs)
n. pa·re·ses (-sēz)
Slight or partial paralysis.