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Explain the results of spinal cord injuries in the following locations: C2, T3, and L2.
Weegy: People with spinal cord injury are often told that they have an injury at a given spinal cord level. They are often told that the injury is "complete" or "incomplete". [ They sometimes be told that they have a bony fracture or other involvement of one or more spinal vertebral levels. They may also be told that they are classified according to the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) Classification, as a ASIA A, B, C, D, or E. What is the meaning of the different spinal cord injury levels, the definition of complete and incomplete injury, and the different classification of spinal cord injury? In the early 1990's, there was no single definition of level, completeness of injury, or classification. ] (More)
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