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Sensation was intact with no sensory level noted and normal sacral sensation with superficial abdominal reflexes present.
Neurological testing of the upper limb, lower limb, abdominal reflexes, and pathological reflexes were unremarkable.
and lower limb flexors distal weakness in peripheral predominantly affected neuropathies Decreased or absent abdominal Abdominal reflexes present reflexes Extensor plantar reflex Flexing plantar reflexes (Babinski sign) Clonus at ankle and patella Raised creatine kinase level in muscular diseases Flexor withdrawal reflex Abnormal electromyograph Weakness that does not fit into any of these categories is unlikely to be organic in origin.