Hemiplegia, also known as hemiplegia, refers to the movement disorders of upper and lower limbs, facial muscles and lower lingual muscles on the same side. It is a common symptom of acute cerebrovascular disease. Although patients with mild hemiplegia can still move, when walking, they often flex their upper limbs, straighten their lower limbs, and make half a circle of the paralysed lower limbs step by step. This special walking posture is called hemiplegic gait. Serious people often stay in bed and lose their ability to live. According to the degree of hemiplegia, it can be divided into paralysis, incomplete paralysis and complete paralysis. Paralysis: manifested as weakened muscle strength, muscle strength in 4-5 levels, generally does not affect daily life, incomplete paralysis is more serious, the scope is larger, muscle strength in 2-4 levels, complete paralysis: muscle strength in 0-1 levels, paralysed limbs completely inactive. We should see a doctor in time to avoid delaying the best period of treatment.


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