Most clinicians would regard a person as complete if the person has any level below which no function is present. The ASIA Committee decided to take this criterion to its logical limit, . if the person has any spinal level below which there is no neurological function, that person would be classified as a "complete" injury. This translates into a simple definition of "complete" spinal cord injury: a person is a "complete" if they do not have motor and sensory function in the anal and perineal region representing the lowest sacral cord (S4-S5).
EFSA and the EU Member States have finalised the re-assessment of glyphosate, a chemical that is used widely in pesticides. The report concludes that glyphosate is unlikely to pose a carcinogenic hazard to humans and proposes a new safety measure that will tighten the control of glyphosate residues in food. The conclusion will be used by the European Commission in deciding whether or not to keep glyphosate on the EU list of approved active substances, and by EU Member States to re-assess the safety of pesticide products containing glyphosate that are used in their territories.
For example, an athlete appears to be between two classes following the bench and functional skills tests-based on the bench test and functional skills test the athlete functions in some areas like a athlete while in others like a athlete. In this example, the athlete would begin play as a athlete, which indicates the athlete has a class but is still under review. Observation of the athlete’s function on court during actual game play would determine whether the “R” or review is removed and whether the athlete’s final class was or .