Quadriplegia definition

Quadriplegia means total Paralysis of both upper and lower limbs. “Hemiplegia” means total Paralysis of the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body. “Uniplegia” means total Paralysis of one lower limb or one upper limb. “Paraplegia” means total Paralysis of both lower limbs or both upper limbs. “Paralysis” means total loss of use. A Doctor must determine the loss of use to be complete and not reversible at the time the claim is submitted.
Quadriplegia means the permanent Paralysis and functional loss of use of both upper and lower limbs.
Quadriplegia means the total and permanent loss of function of the lower and upper limbs due to spinal cord injury or disease, or brain injury or disease.

Examples of Quadriplegia in a sentence

  • GCA5730 Loss Loss means Accidental: Loss of Foot Loss of Hand Loss of Hearing Loss of Life Loss of Sight Loss of Sight of One Eye Quadriplegia Paraplegia Hemiplegia Loss of Speech Uniplegia Loss of Thumb and Index Finger Loss must occur within one (1) year after the Accident.


More Definitions of Quadriplegia

Quadriplegia means the complete and irreversible paralysis of both upper and both lower limbs. “Paraplegia” means the complete and irreversible paralysis of both lower limbs. “Hemiplegia” means the complete and irreversible paralysis of the upper and lower limbs of the same side of the body. “Uniplegia” means the complete and irreversible paralysis of one limb. “Limb” means entire arm or entire leg.
Quadriplegia means complete loss of function of both the upper and lower extremities of the body with involvement of both arms and both legs.
Quadriplegia means Permanent and entire paralysis of both legs and both arms.
Quadriplegia means total Paralysis of both upper and lower limbs. “Hemiplegia” means total Paralysis of the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body. “Uniplegia” means total Paralysis of one lower limb or one upper limb. “Paraplegia”
Quadriplegia means complete and irrecoverable paralysis of all four limbs.
Quadriplegia means total Paralysis of both upper and lower limbs. "Hemiplegia" means total Paralysis of the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body. "Uniplegia" means total Paralysis of one lower limb or one upper limb. "Paraplegia" means total Paralysis of both lower limbs or both upper limbs. "Paralysis" means total loss of use. A Doctor must determine the loss of use to be complete and not reversible at the time the claim is submitted. "Member" means Loss of Hand or Foot, Loss of Sight, Loss of Speech, and Loss of Hearing. "Loss of Hand or Foot" means complete Severance through or above the wrist or ankle joint. "Loss of Sight" means the total, permanent Loss of Sight of one eye. "Loss of Speech" means total and permanent loss of audible communication that is irrecoverable by natural, surgical or artificial means. "Loss of Hearing" means total and permanent Loss of Hearing in both ears that is irrecoverable and cannot be corrected by any means. "Loss of a Thumb and Index Finger of the Same Hand" or "Loss of Four Fingers of the Same Hand" means complete Severance through or above the metacarpophalangeal joints of the same hand (the joints between the fingers and the hand). "Severance" means the complete separation and dismemberment of the part from the body.
Quadriplegia means complete and permanent loss of motor function of both the upper and lower limbs.