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Quad

In printing, a type with no letter attached to it. The quad exists to put spaces between words.
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In our study, the majority of children with quadriplegia were classified at levels IV or V, with only two at level III.
In which this module will be helpful for communication with the quadriplegia patients, for flexible movement of sensor, the flex sensorare stitched with the gloves.
There was no significant difference in other domains of SF-36 between subjects with paraplegia and quadriplegia.
Patients of all age groups of either sex, referred to Radiology Department for imaging, presenting with quadriplegia or paraplegia were included.
The Mullens have raised PS20,000 in five months towards an operation for Jayla, who |has quadriplegia spastic cerebral palsy 130814T WINS_05 ANDREW JAMES
Despite all apparent complications that come with a life with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, like any sibling duo, brothers Stephen, 8, and Ashwin, 6, are extremely attached to each other.
Instead he must live with the consequences of their failure, including cerebral palsy and quadriplegia.
An internationally recognized author, lecturer, and world leader on Inclusion for people who are labelled disabled, Judith Snow has lived a lifetime of quadriplegia.
The Jordanian team took home third place in the Software Design competition for creating an affordable system that allows people with quadriplegia to control a computer, move a mouse, and type using an infrared device and a Wii-mote.
Riley Wise from Moelfre suffers from cerebral palsy quadriplegia spasity which means he is only able to walk short distances in a walker and can't stand unaided for any length of time.
Jonathan has quadriplegia -a form of cerebral palsy that affects all the body's limbs.
For example, Acxiom employs a young man named Franklin McMurrian, who has a spinal cord injury and quadriplegia.