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60 Possible Causes for Crossed Hemiplegia, Hemiplegia

  • MELAS Syndrome

    The syndrome also features retinal degeneration leading to visual field defects, and sometime hemiplegia.[] […] in childhood: a cross-sectional study - S Nevsˇímalová, J Dittrich, M Havlová… - Brain and …, 1994 - Elsevier [] Alternating hemiplegia of childhood - J[] Episodes may be followed by transient hemiplegia or hemianopia lasting a few hours to several weeks.[]

  • Millard-Gubler Syndrome

    Gub·ler syn·drome ( gū-blār' ), a form of alternating hemiplegia characterized by contralateral hemiplegia and ipsilateral facial paralysis.[] 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[] #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[]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia

    The second patient, known to have SLE, presented with crossed hemiplegia and cerebellar symptoms.[] ATP1A3, the gene encoding the α3-subunit of the Na( ) /K( ) -ATPase pump, has been involved in four clinical neurological entities: (1) alternating hemiplegia of childhood[] This variant has not been reported in context with rapid-onset dystonia parkinsonism and alternating hemiplegia of childhood, the 2 main diseases associated with ATP1A3.[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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

  • Carotid Artery Occlusion

    Abstract The inclusive term "infantile hemiplegia" usually implies cerebral venous thrombosis. However, arterial occlusion may cause hemiplegia in childhood and infancy.[] 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[] On the following day, the patient presented with left hemiplegia with hemianesthesia (National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale score   14).[]

  • Hemiparesis

    How does hemiplegia occur?[] The presence of contralateral hemiparesis and ipsilateral facial weakness is referred to as cross-hemiplegia.[] HEMIPLEGIA Hemiplegia refers to severe paralysis or muscle weakness on one side of the body.[]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    This results in an ipsilateral 3rd nerve palsy combined with a contralateral hemiplegia.[] hemiplegia Vascular, tumor Claude Midbrain tegmentum III Red nucleus and Brachium Conjunctivum Oculomotor palsy with contralateral cerebellar ataxia and tremor Vascular,[] […] brainstem stroke syndrome has a characteristic clinical picture according to the involved area, however, generally there is ipsilateral cranial nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia[]

  • Infantile Hemiplegia

    The factors underlying acute infantile hemiplegia are seldom identified.[] Hemiplegia Synonyms Crossed Hemiplegia Crossed Hemiplegias Flaccid Hemiplegia Flaccid Hemiplegias Hemiplegia, Crossed Hemiplegia, Flaccid Hemiplegia, Infantile Hemiplegia,[] — Monoplegias — Hemiplegia, Post-Ictal — Hemiplegia, Post Ictal — Hemiplegias, Post-Ictal — Post-Ictal Hemiplegia — Post-Ictal HemiplegiasHemiplegia, CrossedCrossed[]

  • Parinaud Syndrome

    Weber's syndrome ventral peduncle, PCA Benedikt syndrome ventral tegmentum, PCA Parinaud's syndrome dorsal, tumor Nothnagel's syndrome Claude's syndrome Other Alternating hemiplegia[] […] gaze palsey Midbrain: Paralysis of Upgaze, Convergance Retraction Nystagmus, Lid Retration, Near light Dissociation Weber Syndrome Cranial Nerves Oculomotor palsey with crossed[] ) Sindrom Pons (sindrom Millard Gubler) Hemiplegia alternans n.abdusens dan n.fasialis (didapatkan hemiplegia kontralateral lesi dan parese n.VI dan n.VII tipe LMN) Sindrom[]

  • 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[] [ ses-tan shen-āz ] a syndrome in which scattered lesions of the pyramid, sensory tracts, inferior cerebellar peduncle, nucleus ambiguus, and oculopupillary center cause hemiplegia[] An ipsilateral sixth nerve paralysis and crossed hemiplegia is called the Millard-Gubler syndrome. 7.[]

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