Hello all,What exactly is a peripheral nerve and how do you damage it? I know it can cause flaccid paralysis, but I do not know what/where it is. I am thinking they are in the limbs. Also, with a complete transection of the spinal cord, the area under the cord is damaged.Does this mean:-no pain, temp, or light/crude touch sensations-no kinesthetic sensation or refined touch/ pressure-there will be no movement that you can control but will still have the spastic paralysisDoes a complete transection damage only the upper motor neurons?I am trying to see if I am understanding this correctly. Help and clarification from anyone would be most appreciated.