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HPHewlett-Packard
HPHorsepower
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HPHigh Point (geographical)
HPHealth Plan
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HPHidden Power (Pokemon)
HPHigh Pressure
HPHigh Pass (Filter)
HPHarry Potter
HPHigher Power
HPHigh Production
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HPHealth Promotion
HPHire Purchase
HPHospital (UK)
HPHeadphone(s)
HPHigh Priority
HPHand Phone (cellular phone)
HPHuman Performance
HPHighway Patrol
HPHealth Points (video games)
HPHand-Painted
HPHonda Prelude
HPHealth Physics
HPHigh Purity
HPHarp
HPHeat Pipe
HPHigh Priced
HPHyde Park
HPHouse Party (Sims expansion pack)
HPHistoric Preservation (various locations)
HPHole Punch(er)
HPHand Picked (groundnuts)
HPHemel Hempstead (postcode, United Kingdom)
HPHalbpension (German: halfboard)
HPHimachal Pradesh (state in India)
HPHeparin
HPHydrogen Peroxide
HPHypothalamic-Pituitary
HPHit by Pitch (baseball)
HPHelicobacter Pylori (bacteria)
HPHôpitaux de Paris (French: Paris Hospitals; Paris, France)
HPHonors Program (various schools)
HPHard Palate (mouth)
HPHemiparesis (medical disorder)
HPHandicapped Parking (transportation)
HPHalf-Pint
HPHigh Priest
HPHouses of Parliament (UK)
HPAmerica West Airlines (airline code)
HPHunter Pence (baseball player)
HPHigh Pitch (musical instruments)
HPHelmerich & Payne (oil company)
HPHuntington Park (California)
HPHot Process (soap making)
HPHip Pain
HPHolding Pattern
HPHollowpoint (bullet)
HPHorizontal Pitch (electronic equipment)
HPHello! Project
HPHome Port (of a vessel)
HPHistory and Physical (medical)
HPHotplugging (ability to plug in new devices and use immediately)
HPHorizontal Parallax (astronomy)
HPPerigee Altitude (US NASA)
HPHypersensitivity Pneumonitis
HPHealth Practitioner
HPHunter's Point (San Francisco district)
HPHoliday Pay
HPHoney Pie (Beatles song)
HPHoi Polloi
HPHodrick-Prescott (Filter)
HPHersheypark (amusement park Hershey, Pennsylvania)
HPHole Plug
HPHydraulic Platform (self-propelled, fire brigade road vehicle for aerial rescue/firefighting used in UK)
HPHealth Post
HPHit Probability
HPHealth Physicist
HPHuman Pituitary Gonadotropin
HPHiroshima Prefecture
HPHenry Paul (musician)
HPHurricane Program (US FEMA)
HPHandyphone
HPHorizontal Polarization
HPHerald Press
HPHeart Points (gaming)
HPHydrogen Purge
HPHot Pipe
HPHeritage Party (Zambia)
HPHindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd
HPHladno Pivo (band)
HPHope Page
HPHead Prefect
HPHarmonic Power
HPHorse Piss (Horse Piss Beer)
HPHintapyyntö (Finnish)
HPHyper Police (anime series)
HPHale Pohaku (Dormitory at Mauna Kea Observatories)
HPHalf Position (music)
HPHit Point(s) (gaming)
HPHigher Order Path
HPHeptode
HPHemi-Pelvectomy (amputation)
HPHide Position
HPHajtás Pajtás (Bike Messenger Company; Hungary)
HPHazi Palinka (Hungarian plum brandy)
HPHuman Particulate
HPHead Pixie (cartoon character)
HPHousehold Profile
HPHealth Point(s) (gaming)
HPHypothication
HPHiper Pool
HPHora Prima (Latin: First Hour, epigraphy)
HPHic Positus (Latin: Buried Here, epigraphy)
HPHonesta Puella (Latin: Virtuous Girl, epigraphy)
HPHydrographic Procedure
HPHereditatis Possessio (Latin: Ownership by Heritage, epigraphy)
HPHorizontal Plotter
HPHonestus Puer (Latin: Virtuous Boy, epigraphy)
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We found no statistical difference between the activity variables of patients with hemiparesis of the dominant arm and hemiparesis of the nondominant arm.
Patients were included as they met the following criteria: (a) they experienced first episode of unilateral stroke with hemiparesis; (b) they were able to walk without the physical assistance of a therapist or carer on assessment; this criterion corresponds to Functional Ambulation Categories (FAC) level 3 (16); (c) they had no complicating medical history such as cardiopulmonary or orthopaedic disorders; (d) they were able to understand and follow simple verbal instructions, and (e) they had provided written or verbal informed consent to participate.
The anterior circulation, especially the middle cerebral artery (MCA), is generally the most commonly affected; hence the hemiparesis (Table V).
In conformity with MRC scale, 208 (62.7%) patients with the fourth stage of CCI had hemiparesis of light degree, 92 (27.7%) had moderated hemiparesis, and 32 (9.6%) patients--hemiparesis of heavy degree.
Instead, they get a list of symptoms like seizure disorder and hemiparesis, or of co-occurring problems like depression or substance use disorder." While medicine recognizes cognitive disorders, there are none specific to adults with TBI, so, she says "their cognitive dysfunctions end up getting tossed in with disorders like Alzheimer's Disease and dementia."
INTRODUCTION: Individuals with history of stroke often experience residual hemiparesis (one-sided weakness).
The hindlimb hemiparesis induced by unilateral motor cortex lesion shows complete recovery at 10 days with least variability among rats after infarction (4,5).
The three-year-old has trouble walking because of a condition called Hemiparesis that has left her weak on one side of her body.
I was left with hemiparesis (weakness on one side of the body) and cognitive dysfunction.
Forty inpatients with severe hemiparesis within one year of having suffered their first stroke, and without neglect, apraxia or severe cognitive deficits, were recruited.
Question: Twenty minutes into an otherwise routine endoscopic examination, the patient sustained a stroke, which left him with cognitive loss and hemiparesis. The etiology was later established to be air embolism.
At 35 weeks gestation, the mother had convulsions, followed by decreased conscience, hemiparesis, and hospitalization.