Loss of sensation and motor control of the lower limbs is called A paraplegia B

Loss of sensation and motor control of the lower

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25) Loss of sensation and motor control of the lower limbs is called A) paraplegia.B) quadriplegia.C) hemiplegia.D) aplegia.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: A Section Title: Sectional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord Learning Outcome: 14.3 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 26) Which of the following regions of the spinal cord follows typical segmenting without mixingroots? B Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.4 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 27) The nerve immediately inferior to the 12th rib is the E Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.4 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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28) A bundle of nerve fibers is surrounded by B Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.5 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 29) Which of the following connective tissue wrappings contains the entire nerve? A) epineuriumB) endoneuriumC) perineuriumD) neurilemmaE) fascicleAnswer: A Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.5 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 30) The innermost layer of connective tissue that surrounds each axon is the D Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.5 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 31) The spinal nerves enter and exit the vertebral canal through the B Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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32) Splanchnic nerves C Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 33) A motor neuron going out to smooth muscles of the stomach will pass through the A) gray ramus.B) ventral ramus.C) dorsal ramus.D) white ramus.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: D Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge 34) What is the correct order of passage for visceral motor fibers on their way to a spinal nerve?(1) autonomic ganglion (2) ventral root (3) gray ramus (4) lateral gray horn (5) white ramus C Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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