Definition of monoplegia in US English:

monoplegia

noun

  • Paralysis restricted to one limb or region of the body.

    Compare with paraplegia
    • ‘There can also be hemiplegia, affecting one half of the body, or monoplegia, affecting one limb.’
    immobility, powerlessness, lack of sensation, numbness, deadness, incapacity, debilitation
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Pronunciation

monoplegia

/ˌmänōˈplēj(ē)ə/