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SCI / Involvement

A - Asia Impairment Scale No sensory or motor in s4-s5 or above (complete)
B - Asia Impairment Scale Sensory. No Motor below injury level (incomplete)
C - Asia Impairment Scale Sensory. Muscle Grade of 3/5 or below (incomplete)
D - Asia Impairment Scale Sensory. Muscle Grade of 3/5 or higher (incomplete)
E - Asia Impairment Scale Normal
Central Cord Upper extremity involvement - flexion injuries common
Brown Sequard Hemi-section cord injury - ipsilateral spastic paralysis
Anterior Cord Temperature, pain and function lost bilaterally below lesion - flexion injuries common
Conus Medullaris Sacral cord and lumbar nerve root involvement. Motor and sensory loss in lower extremities. Reflexive bowel and bladder
Cauda Equina Syndrome L1 Level and below - lower motor neuron lesion
Monoplegia One Extremity
Hemiplegia One upper and lower extremity same side
Paraplegia lower extremity
Quadraplegia all extremity
Diplegia lower extremity with less upper extremity
Created by: hesselrach