A 52-year-old female asked:
Rx inability to ambulate. however no movement neck head chess both arms as well as legs.. inability to ambulate mean total paralyzation?
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Internal Medicine 48 years experience
Inability to ambulat: JulianneB ~ from this description, there is inability to ambulate(walk) and no movement of neck, head, chest arms and legs. Were you breathing? This is the description of a comatose individual and if you were not it sounds like a very bad clinical note ! Or perhaps we should see more of the note to decipher! thanks
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