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unilateral lesion of fasciculus gracilis

ipsilateral loss of proprioception

2

unilateral lesion of fasciculus cuneatus

ipsilateral loss of proprioception

3

destruction of lateral CST

ipsilateral spastic paralysis, hyperreflexia, hypertonia, Babinski, clonus, disuse atrophy

4

unilateral lesion of lateral spinothalamic tract

contralateral loss of pain and temp two levels below lesion

5

transection of lateral reticulospinal tract

unable to void bladder, spinal shock

6

destruction of anterior white commissure

bilateral loss of pain and temp to upper extremities (cape like)

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lesion to anterior horn

ipsilateral flaccid paralysis, arrefelxia, atonia, atrophy, fasciculations

8

dorsal root lesion

ipsilateral sensory dermatomal anesthesia, possible ipsilateral diminished muscle tone/reflex

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lesion to lateral funiculus of white matter of spinal cord

ipsilateral UMN paralysis/paresis below level of lesion (from hitting lateral CST)

10

lesion to anterior funiculus of white matter of spinal cord

- contralateral loss of pain and temp two levels below lesion (lateral ALS)
- bilateral loss of pain/temp (anterior white commissure)
- ipsilateral lower motor paralysis at level of lesion (anterior horn)

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loss of proprioception and 2 point discrimination in the L3/S4 dermatome indicates what

lesion to fasciculus gracilus

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clonus, positive babinski sign, hypertonia, 4+ reflexes, and paralysis to one of the lower extremities indicates what

lesion to the ipsilateral lateral corticospinal tract

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loss of pain and temperature sensation to the L3/S4 dermatome on the left indicates what

lesion to the right lateral spinothalamic tract

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bilateral pain and temperature loss C5-C6 indicates what

syringomyelia or central cord syndrome

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pt has no reflexes, atonia, and atrophy to bilateral upper extremities and 4+ reflexes, hypertonia, and paralysis to bilateral lower extremities, what does this indicate

LMN paralysis to the upper extremities and UMN paralysis to the lower extremities

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loss of all pain and temp sensations below L1 bilaterally, loss of proprioception bilaterally below L1, normal upper extremities motor-wise, paralysis of lower extremities, what does this indicate

spinal cord injury causing spinal shock

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loss of pain and temp to L4-S5 on the left, loss of proprioception and 2 point tactile discrimination to the right, normal UE motor senses, normal LLE, RLE shows 4+ reflexes, hypertonia, paralysis, and Babinski, what does this indicate

Brown Sequard Syndrome