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For each of the following, indicate a possible site or sites of a spinal cord lesion that would account for the signs and symptoms. Be sure to give the reasons for your answers. 1. Sensory: Anesthesia of the right arm. Motor: Voluntary motor function intact but some loss of coordination of right arm movement. 2. Sensory: Anesthesia of the right arm. Motor: Flaccid paralysis. 3. Sensory: Loss of tactile and proprioceptive sensation from the right leg but with pain and temperature sensitivity preserved. Motor: Voluntary motor function intact but some loss of coordination. 4. Sensory: Loss of pain and temperature sensation from the right leg but with tactile sensitivity preserved.
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Unformatted text preview: Motor: Voluntary function normal. L ventral horn/lumbar spinothalamic tract 5. Sensory: Bilateral loss of pain and temperature sensation from both legs with tactile sensitivity preserved. Motor: Voluntary function normal. 6. Sensory: Below the mid-thoracic level, bilateral anesthesia. Motor: Paraplegia but with hyperactive reflexes and no muscle atrophy. 7. Sensory: Below the mid-thoracic level, loss of pain and temperature sensation from the right side of the body and loss of tactile sensation from the left side of the body. Motor: Spastic paralysis of the left leg; right leg function normal. LEFT SIDE OF Lumbar spinal cord lesion...
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