Classification

Class I:  Pain, no neurologic deficit

Class II:  Subjective weakness with hyperreflexia, dysesthesia

Class III:  Objective findings of weakness and long-tract signs

  • Class III a: Patient cannot walk
  • Class III b: Patient is quadriparetic

Explanation

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Reference(s)

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