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spinal cord lesion and result in somatic sensation
Jimbo suffers a lesion to the entire right half of the spinal cord at the T6 level. A few weeks after his injury, his doctor tests his right and left legs for somatic sensation and tone. fill out her ...
Mar 16 at 14:29
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