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Things paraplegia often describes (“paraplegia ________”)
flexion, extension, inflexion

Descriptive words:
spastic, complete, traumatic, ataxic, hereditary, hysterical, flaccid, familial, progressive, acute, incomplete, spinal, permanent, partial, postoperative, congenital, sudden, severe, syphilitic, autosomal, chronic, pure, total, dominant, cerebral, spasmodic, primary, linked, senile, cervical, functional, transient, experimental, transitory, reflex, recessive, irreversible, alcoholic, infantile, thoracic, painful, resultant, onset, sensory, temporary, urinary, lumbar, persistent, organic, compression, level, called, intermittent, hysteric, tuberculous, amyotrophic, tropical, mild, standing, tetanoid, adolescent, reversible, cortical, dystonic, areflexic, fatal, consequent, complicated, diabetic, delayed, lumberjack, impending, induced, atoxic, myelitic, frank, longstanding, incipient, posttraumatic

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