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Hemisymptomatik

English translation: hemiplegic symptoms

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German term or phrase:Hemisymptomatik
English translation:hemiplegic symptoms
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19:32 Jul 7, 2003
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German term or phrase: Hemisymptomatik
The patient has had a cerebrovascular attack, and has "Hemisymptomatik links".
Does anyone know how to say this in English (paraphrasing would be OK).

Many thanks
ebell
Local time: 21:37
hemiplegic symptoms left
Explanation:
I suppose that the patient in your text suffered from a stroke in the right hemisphere of the brain which typically causes leftsided symptoms, such as numbness, paralysis, etc. (Hemiplegia)
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Fantutti
Local time: 13:37
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hemiplegic symptoms left


Explanation:
I suppose that the patient in your text suffered from a stroke in the right hemisphere of the brain which typically causes leftsided symptoms, such as numbness, paralysis, etc. (Hemiplegia)

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