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Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

CLAVICLE
C4
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

FIFTH FINGER
C8
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

NIPPLES
T4
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

UMBILICUS
T10
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

INGUINAL LIGAMENT
L1
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

ANTERIOR SURFACE OF THIGH
L3
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

GREAT TOE
L5
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

LATERAL ASPECT OF FOOT
S1
Regarding indicators of sensory level lesions, with the major sensory area listed below, what is the root level lesion?

PERINEUM
S3-S5
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

DIAPHRAGM
C3-C5

no reflex loss
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

DELTOID AND BICEPS
C5

reflex loss: biceps
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

TRICEPS, EXTENSORS OF WRIST AND FINGERS
C7

reflex loss: triceps
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

INTEROSSEI, ABDUCTOR OF FIFTH FINGER
C8

no reflex loss
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

QUADRICEPS
L2-4

reflex loss: knee jerk
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

LONG EXTENSOR OF GREAT TOE, ANTERIOR TIBIAL
L5

no reflex loss
Regarding indicators of motor level lesions, with the major muscle affected listed below, what is the root level lesion and, if any, reflex loss?

PLANTAR FLEXORS, GASTROCNEMIUS MUSCLE
S1

reflex loss: ankle jerk
What root level is the reflex loss listed associated with?

A. Biceps
B. Triceps
C. Knee Jerk
D. Ankle Jerk
A. C5
B. C7
C. L2-L4
D. S1
Which functional component is responsible for touch, pain, temp, pressure, vibration, and proprioception sensation?

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
A. GSA - general sensory
Which functional component is responsible for receptors in the gut and large blood vessels?

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
B. GVA- visceral sensory
Which functional component is responsible for vision, hearing and balance?

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
C. SSA - special sensory
Which functional component is responsible for smell and taste?

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
D. SVA - special sensory
Which functional component is responsible for innervating skeletal muscles derived from somites (extraocular muscles and intrinsic muscles of the tongue)?

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
E. GSE - somatic motor
Which functional component is responsible for innervation of muscles derived from branchial arches (masticatory muscles, facial expression muscles, pharynx and larynx muscles)

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
F. SVE - branchial motor
Which functional component is responsible for innervation of smooth and cardiac muscle and glands.

A. GSA
B. GVA
C. SSA
D. SVA
E. GSE
F. SVE
G. GVE
G. GVE - visceral motor