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13. Someone has suffered a complete spinal cord injury at the level of the T12 nerve roots.Their mostlikely limitations will include:a.feeling pain and temperature in their legsb.moving their armsc.moving their legsd.a and ce.a, b and c
14. Someone has suffered an injury to the right ½ of their spinal cord at the level of the T7 nerve roots(on the right side only). They have no input/output at T7, nor any nerve transmission up or downtheir spinal cord on the right side from T7 distally.Their most likely limitations will include:
15. Complete severing of the ulnar nerve where it tucks behind the medial epicondyle would likelyresult in:
16. Someone has a tumor debilitating the left half of their spinal cord at the level of the C6 nerve root.The tumor has stopped nerve transmission through the C6 nerve root on the left side only.It hasalso stopped nerve transmission up and down the spinal cord at the level of the C6 nerve rootdistally (left side only).You might expect:
17. If someone has a lesion of the right half of their spinal cord as it enters the sacral canal:a.a loss of the ability to feel pain and temperature in their right legb.a loss of the ability to feel pain and temperature in their left legc.a loss of the ability to move their right legd.a loss of the ability to move their left lege.this is a trick question because we all know that the spinal cord ends at L1/L2.
18. A person is suspected to have suffered a stroke.You are examining them a few weeks later andas part of your findings you find that they have difficulty producing saliva.Among possiblediagnoses may be:

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