Origin of paresis
OTHER WORDS FROM paresispa·ret·ic [puh-ret-ik, -ree-tik], /pəˈrɛt ɪk, -ˈri tɪk/, noun, adjectivepa·ret·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use paresis in a sentence
If there is neuritis from the virus it becomes intense and causes muscular contractions, paresis, and paralysis.
Paresis is what is sometimes called softening of the brain, and it attacks by preference men under thirty-five.
Hence it is that paresis and locomotor ataxia are comparatively quite common among actors, brokers, and financiers.
Indeed this affection and paresis are sometimes spoken of as parasyphilitic affections.
The sudden cure of advanced paresis would be as much a miracle as the sudden replacing of a lost femur.