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Grandbaby has spinal bifida intrauterine.Sono shows. Only movement. Of. Shoulders. Elbows. Knees.Is this conclusive of lower extremity paralysis?

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Dr. Umbereen Nehal
20 years experience in Pediatrics
Function testing: In this case, it sounds like you're describing a suggestive but not conclusive finding. Generally, imaging is not conclusive regarding paralysis, that is determined by functional testing through a physical exam or testing of the nerves. I wish your family all the best.
Answered on Jul 3, 2013
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