The sleeplessness of melancholia and of paretic dementia may be thus relieved.
The paretic has defects of memory, but he is, as a rule, quite unconscious of them.
There seemed to be a great dryness of her throat and the muscles of her throat were paretic.
In this case the paretic segment forms the outer or receiving layer of the intussusception.
The old, the feeble, the paralytic, and paretic need special care.
Occasionally alcoholic insanity takes on a paretic form, or it may be epileptic.
There may also be ataxic symptoms, paretic weakness of bowel and bladder, trembling and spasms.
She nursed an old father in it, a bedridden mother, a paretic brother, when she should have been having children.
Any one previously unnamed of the whole layout of M. Dumas, excepting only a paretic volume entitled "The Conspirators."
To insist upon keeping a paretic all his lifetime in such an institution is highly irrational, to say the least.
paresis pa·re·sis (pə-rē'sĭs, pār'ĭ-sĭs)
n. pa·re·ses (-sēz)
Slight or partial paralysis.