Medical Definition of Tick paralysis

1. An ascending paralysis caused by the continued presence of Dermacentor and Ixodes ticks attached to the occipital or upper neck region in humans. Reported in the western USA and British Columbia. The treatment consists of tick removal and supportive care. (27 May 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tick Paralysis

tick-tock
tick-weed
tick and flick
tick away
tick bite
tick bites
tick box
tick boxes
tick control
tick down
tick fever
tick infestation
tick mark
tick off
tick over
tick paralysis (current term)
tick pyaemia
tick tack
tick tock
tick toxicoses
tick trefoil
tick typhus
tickable
tickbite
tickborne
tickbox
tickboxes
ticked
ticked off
tickee

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