Orthopaedic Neurology: A Diagnostic Guide to Neurologic Levels

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1977 - Medical - 131 pages
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...a classic monograph that serves as a diagnostic guide to neurologic levels for residents in both orthopedics and neurology.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Evaluation of Nerve Root Lesions Involving the Upper Extremity
7
Evaluation of Nerve Root Lesions Involving the Trunk
45
SPINAL CORD LESIONS BY NEUROLOGIC LEVEL
75
TetraplegiaContinued
80
Spinal Cord Lesions Below T1 Including the Cauda Equina
93
Meningomyelocele
107
References
121
Index
127
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