Chapter 13: The Central and Peripheral Nervous System

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Chapter 13: The Central and Peripheral Nervous System
Table 13-1: Neurologic Impairments That Are Combined With the Most Severe Cerebral Impairment
Table 13-2: Criteria for Rating Impairment of Consciousness and Awareness
Table 13-3: Criteria for Rating Impairment Due to Episodic Loss of Consciousness or Awareness
Table 13-4: Criteria for Rating Impairment Due to Sleep and Arousal Disorders
Table 13-5: Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR)
Table 13-6: Criteria for Rating Impairment due to Mental Status
Table 13-7: Criteria for Rating Impairment Due to Aphasia or Dysphasia
Table 13-8: Criteria for Rating Impairment Due to Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Table 13-9: Examples of Whole Person Impairment Due to Visual Acuity Loss (see also Table 12-4)
Table 13-10: Examples of Whole Person Impairment (WPI) Due to Visual Field Loss (See also Table 12-7)
Table 13-11: Criteria for Rating Impairment of the Cranial Nerve V (Trigeminal Nerve)
Table 13-12: Criteria for Rating Impairment of the Cranial Nerve VII (Facial Nerve)
Table 13-13: Criteria for Rating Impairment of the Cranial Nerve VIII (Vestibulocochlear Nerve)
Table 13-14: Criteria for Rating Impairment of the Cranial Nerves IX,X, and XII (Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, and Hypoglossal Nerves)
Table 13-15: Criteria for Rating Impairments Due to Station and Gait Disorders
Table 13-16: Criteria for Rating Impairment of One Upper Extremity
Table 13-17: Criteria for Rating Impairment of Two Upper Extremities
Table 13-18: Criteria for Rating Neurologic Impairment of Respiration
Table 13-19: Criteria for Rating Neurologic Impairment of the Bladder
Table 13-20: Criteria for Rating Neurologic Anorectal Impairment
Table 13-21: Criteria for Rating Neurologic Sexual Impairment
Table 13-22: Criteria for Rating Impairment Related to Chronic Pain in One Upper Extremity
Table 13-23: Classification and Procedure for Determining Impairment Due to Pain or Sensory Deficit Resulting
Table 13-24: Classification and Procedure for Determining Nervous System Impairment Due to Loss of Muscle Power and Motor Function Resulting From Peripheral Nerve Disorders
Table 13-25: Nervous System Impairment Evaluation Summary
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