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The extent of SCI is categorized by the ASIA impairment scales in which A refers to a complete injury in which no sensory or motor function is preserved in sacral segments S4-S5, B denotes an incomplete injury in which sensory, but not motor, function is preserved below the neurologic level and extends through sacral segments S4-S5, C signifies an incomplete injury in which motor function is preserved below the neurologic level, and most key muscles below the neurologic level have muscle grade less than 3/5, D depicts an incomplete injury in which motor function is preserved below the neurologic level, and most key muscles below the neurologic level have muscle grade greater than or equal to 3/5, and E means that sensory and motor functions are normal4.
The patient has progressed from a complete ASIA Impairment Scale (AIS) A injury to an incomplete AIS B injury.
17) (Table 2) or to the completeness of the lesion as per ASIA Impairment Scale score (p = 0.

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