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60 Possible Causes for Crossed Hemiplegia

  • MELAS Syndrome

    […] in childhood: a cross-sectional study - S Nevsˇímalová, J Dittrich, M Havlová… - Brain and …, 1994 - Elsevier [sciencedirect.com] Alternating hemiplegia of childhood - J[symptoma.com] 1993 - AAN Enterprises [neurology.org] Altered mental status - D King, JR Avner - Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 2003 - Elsevier [sciencedirect.com] Alternating hemiplegia[symptoma.com]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia

    The second patient, known to have SLE, presented with crossed hemiplegia and cerebellar symptoms.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    The second patient, known to have SLE, presented with crossed hemiplegia and cerebellar symptoms.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    hemiplegia Vascular, tumor Claude Midbrain tegmentum III Red nucleus and Brachium Conjunctivum Oculomotor palsy with contralateral cerebellar ataxia and tremor Vascular,[tchain.com] Eponym Site Cranial Nerves Tracts Signs Usual Cause Weber Base of Midbrain III Corticospinal Oculomotor palsy with crossed hemiplegia Vascular, tumor Claude Midbrain tegmentum[dizziness-and-balance.com] Neurology 1996:47:1141-1147 Named Brainstem Syndromes Eponym Site Cranial Nerves Tracts Signs Usual Cause Weber Base of Midbrain III Corticospinal Oculomotor palsy with crossed[tchain.com]

  • Carotid Artery Occlusion

    Guthrie and Mayou (1908) reported a patient with internal carotid artery thrombosis who had optic atrophy associated with crossed hemiplegia, but it was Hunt (1914) who established[ijo.in]

  • Hemiparesis

    The presence of contralateral hemiparesis and ipsilateral facial weakness is referred to as cross-hemiplegia.[pediatricneuro.com] They damage the pyramidal system as their left and right fibers cross to the other side.[pediatricneuro.com] Unilateral upper medullary lesions may produce contralateral hemiplegia with sparing of the facial musculature (Figure 237.1 C).[pediatricneuro.com]

  • Millard-Gubler Syndrome

    It is a form of "crossed hemiplegia," as the paralysis of muscles controlled by the facial nerve occurs on the same side as the lesion, while the hemiplagia of muscles below[mnemonics-usmle.blogspot.com] #1 Neha Gupta Active Member 6th,7th n are involved and crossed hemiplegia d/t corticospinal tract involvement ........ above all d/t involvement of pons which is seen in[aippg.net] […] gaze palsey Midbrain: Paralysis of Upgaze, Convergance Retraction Nystagmus, Lid Retration, Near light Dissociation Weber Syndrome Cranial Nerves Oculomotor palsey with crossed[quizlet.com]

  • Parinaud Syndrome

    […] gaze palsey Midbrain: Paralysis of Upgaze, Convergance Retraction Nystagmus, Lid Retration, Near light Dissociation Weber Syndrome Cranial Nerves Oculomotor palsey with crossed[quizlet.com] hemiplegia Vascular Occlusion, Tumor, Aneurysm Claude Syndrome Cranial Nerves Red Nucleus and Brachium Conjunctivum Occulomotor palsey with contralateral cerebellar ataxia[quizlet.com] […] peduncle (Ipsilateral) CN III Palsey (Contralateral) Ataxia, Tremor, Vertical Gaze Palsey Paramedian Midbrain Syndrome: Similar to Weber Syndrome except hemiparesis instead of hemiplegia[quizlet.com]

  • Infantile Hemiplegia

    Hemiplegia Synonyms Crossed Hemiplegia Crossed Hemiplegias Flaccid Hemiplegia Flaccid Hemiplegias Hemiplegia, Crossed Hemiplegia, Flaccid Hemiplegia, Infantile Hemiplegia,[online-medical-dictionary.org] — Monoplegias — Hemiplegia, Post-Ictal — Hemiplegia, Post Ictal — Hemiplegias, Post-Ictal — Post-Ictal Hemiplegia — Post-Ictal HemiplegiasHemiplegia, CrossedCrossed[mesh.kib.ki.se] Signs: Right Brainstem Crossed Hemiplegia Right-sided dysmetria Right Cranial Nerve palsy at level of lesion Cerebellar signs Right Finger to nose Ataxia Difficult Rapid Alternating[fpnotebook.com]

  • Ptosis - Vocal Cord Paralysis Syndrome

    (C) brain stem hemiplegia (also known as cross hemiplegia) Brain stem lesions caused by hemiplegia and more manifestations of cross hemiplegia, that side of the cranial nerve[healthfrom.com] An ipsilateral sixth nerve paralysis and crossed hemiplegia is called the Millard-Gubler syndrome. 7.[brainscape.com] Plexus hemiplegia: (1) Millard-Gubler's syndrome: lesion ipsilateral peripheral facial paralysis and ipsilateral abduction of nerve palsy, contralateral hemiplegia, was cross-paralysis[healthfrom.com]

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