Neurologic - Spasticity Weakness Paralysis

Apr 2014

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Decision Grid - Aerospace Medical Dispositions

Item 46. Neurologic - Spasticity, Weakness, or Paralysis of the Extremities





Conditions that are stable and non-progressive may be considered for medical certification All Submit all pertinent medical records, current neurologic report, to include etiology, degree of involvement, period of stability, appropriate laboratory and imaging studies Requires FAA Decision

This page discussed the Spasticity Weakness Paralysis portion of the Neurologic section of the Fight Physical Examination required of pilots.

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