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Jessica Lewis

For question 13/14: When reading the questions focus more on the information about the motor level and not necessarily the lesion level. We realize that clinically an L3 could look very different across different individuals and that we should make decisions solely on lesion level (for both SCI and MM). Our reasoning that someone with 3+ quads could potentially do household distances with AFOs and not the more bulky KAFOs (although for distances outside of the house, KAFOs would be needed if they are not using the manual wheelchair).

Working on question 64/65…