Which of the following symptoms would be found specifically in a patient with damage to the dorsal rootlets for a limb?
A. resting tremor, rigidity, and akinesia
B. total paralysis of the muscles of a limb
C. drunken, reeling gait
D. decreased tone, loss of initiative, and Babinski sign in one foot
E. "obstinate progression" in which the subject continues locomotion, even walking persistently into an obstacle
F. loss of perceived sensations on the same side, and loss of reflexes originating on the same side
G. intention tremor in the hand(s), with errors in rate, range, distance, force, and an inability to perform tapping movements