Where would be the most likely location for damage to the spinal cord of a

Where would be the most likely location for damage to

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2) Where would be the most likely location for damage to the spinal cord of a person who has become a paraplegic? Section Title: Gross Anatomy of the Spinal Cord Learning Outcome: 14.1 Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 3) Imagine that all of the ventral roots of the lumbar region are severed, but the dorsal roots are left undamaged. What would be the expected symptoms? Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.6 Bloom's Taxonomy: Evaluation 4) Why do medical personnel like to inject medications into the buttock region? Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.9 Bloom's Taxonomy: Application 5) A man who has had a vasectomy subsequently suffers loss of the ability to maintain an erect penis. What is the likely cause of this problem? Section Title: Spinal Nerves Learning Outcome: 14.9 Bloom's Taxonomy: Synthesis
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6) A runner who has increased her training regimen dramatically in preparation for a marathon has begun to experience tingling and numbness down the rear of her right leg and into her right foot. What is the cause of these problems?
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