-plegia, -pleg, -plegic, -plegy, plego-, pleg-
(Greek: stroke, blow, strike; paralysis)
2. Sudden failing of the mind.
3. Derangement or disturbance of mental balance.
2. Auscultation of the chest through the use of nonlaryngeal vibrations in those instances where the subject is unable to talk.
The vibrations are usually induced by gentle tapping over the upper trachea and such vibrations produced by this percussion take the place of those which usually come from the vocal cords.
Infusoria is one of the classes of Protozoa, including a large number of species, all of minute size.
They are found in all seas, lakes, ponds, and streams, as well as in infusions of organic matter exposed to the air.
They are distinguished by having vibrating lashes or cilia, with which they obtain their food and swim about.
2. Any type of paralysis.
2. Paralysis of one side of the face and of both lower limbs.
2. Paralysis of the facial muscles
2. A celestial object made of a contracting cloud of interstellar medium (mostly hydrogen gas) which eventually becomes a main-sequence star.
Less massive protostars may take hundres of millions of years to evolve into stars; massive ones contract more quickly and may take only a few hundred thousand years to evolve.