Lesions of the spinal cord
Dysfunctional cutaneous innervation due to palsy of
Complete paraplegia at the level of the eleventh
certain, frequently affected spinal nerves.
Paralysis of the complete motor and sensory system.
Paralysis of the tracts of the right posterior funiculus
(BR O W N-SEQ U AR D)
due to disruption of
at the level of the eleventh thoracic segment.
the half of the spinal cord on the right side at the level of the
Loss of fine tactile sensation as well as loss of sense of position
eleventh thoracic segment.
and vibration (rough touch sensation remains functional).
On the right side (ipsilaterally): loss of motor function (initially
flaccid, later spastic); loss of fine tactile sensation as well as
loss of sense of position and vibration (rough touch sensation
On the left side Icontralaterally): loss of pain and temperature