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Brainstem lesions and syndromes

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yecokelo's version from 2017-11-29 13:15

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Medial Medullary syndromespastic limb weakness/hemiplegia contra-lateral, hypoglossal ipsilateral
Wallenberg'slateral medullary - vomiting, vertigo, nystagmus, ipsilateral cerebellar signs, contralateral deficits in pain and temperature from body, ipsi loss of pain and temp from face, dysphagia, hoarsness, diminished gag reflex, ipsi horner
Millard-Gubleripsi CN7 palsy, contra hemiplegia
Raymond ipsi CN6 palsy, contra hemiplegia
Fovilleipsi CN6+7 palsy, contra hemiplegia
Benediktipsi CN3, contra hemiplegia, cerebellar signs, no tremor
Weberipsi CN3, contra hemiplegia
claudeipsi CN3, contra ataxia, rubral tremor (resembles Parkinson)
Parinaudpineal gland - paralysis of upgaze, pseudo-Argyll Robertson pupils, Convergence-Retraction nystagmus, Eyelid retraction, Conjugate down gaze in the primary position
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