Paralytic abasia is the inability to walk because of paralysis. The most common causes of leg paralysis are brain injuries such as a stroke or trauma that damages the spinal cord. Some health conditions can cause paralytic abasia. Brain tumors and hereditary genetic conditions such as Friedrich's ataxia can cause paralysis of the legs. Some people are born with paralytic abasia as the result of spina bifida or cerebral palsy.
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