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Spinal Cord Injury j

Spinal Cord LevelPattern of Weakness
C1-C3 complete paralysis of trunk, UE, and LE. Dependence on respirator.
C4 paralysis of trunk, UE and LE (except scaula elevation
C5 total paralysis of trunk and LE. low endurance cuz of paralysis of intercostals and low resiratory reserve
C6 no elbow extension or ulanr wrist extension, endurance may be low, no active wrist flexion. Comple paralysis of trunk and LE
C7 limited grasp, release and dexterity. Complete paralysis of tunk and LE
C8-T1 Paralysis of LE, weakness of trunk control, low respiratory reserves
T4-T9 total paralysis of LE, partial trunk paralysis
T10-L2 paralysis of LE
L3-L4 cannot perform hip extension, knee flexion, or ankle and foot movements. May have weakness of ankle and foot
L5-S3 possible decrease in standing and walking tolerance modifications
Created by: Jlingram7