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

Evaluation of Nerve Root Lesions Involving the Upper Extremity
7
Evaluation of Individual Cord LevelsC3 to
75
TetraplegiaContinued
80
Spinal Cord Lesions Below T1 Including the Cauda Equina
93
Meningomyelocele
107
References
121
Index
127
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