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    Revised Version of My Spinal Cord Injury Levels and Classification Article

    I first wrote this article over 5 years ago, in response to somebody asking about how spinal cord injury levels were determined and classified. It is full of grammatical and other errors. So, I have rewritten, polished it, and put some new figures in.

    http://wiseyoung.wordpress.com/spina...classification
    Last edited by Wise Young; 12-19-2008 at 02:47 PM.

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    Thanks for reposting this Dr. Young. I'm going to forward the address to my family and friends and I hope it will clear up a lot of questions they have had about my injury level and other injuries in general. Thanks, Nat.

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    Great piece. When I was injured in 1978 they didn't really get in to detailed discussions about levels of injury and measurement scales. This is very informative, detailed, yet understandable. Thanks Dr. Young.

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    Thank you. I printed it to read and ponder at bedtime! Thanks. Scott.

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    I love how it explians everything really well but also so the average "Joe" knows what it all mean, most information i find on the web might as well be written in Greek becuase i dont understand a lick of it. Thanks Wise very informative
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    Thanks Wise, As Nat states, this will answer many questions.
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    Very informative!! Thank you!
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