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  • Contralateral glossoplegia in a lower pontine infarction. [Case Reports]
    J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2012; 21(8):905.e1-3Ku BD, Young Rhee H, Yoon SS
  • A 65-year old man developed sudden dysarthria, dysphagia, right-sided weakness, and sensory loss. The neurologic examination revealed left-sided tongue deviation caused by right glossoplegia. A magnetic resonance imaging scan revealed an elongated acute infarction from the left ventromedial portion of the lower pons extending to the dorsal pontine tegmentum area. The ipsilateral tongue deviation …
  • Magnetic resonance imaging findings of neuroaxonal dystrophy in a papillon puppy. [Case Reports]
    J Small Anim Pract 2007; 48(8):458-61Tamura S, Tamura Y, Uchida K
  • A 3.5-month-old papillon puppy was brought to our clinic with chief complaints of progressive quadriparesis, ataxia and head tremor. Lesions in the cerebellum, brainstem and spinal cord were suspected on the basis of a neurological examination. No abnormality was found in a clinicopathological examination or on magnetic resonance imaging. On the basis of these results differential diagnoses inclu…
  • [Weber's syndrome of ischemic vascular origin--a clinical and neuroradiologic study]. [Case Reports]
    No To Shinkei 1993; 45(4):349-54Yamana T, Murakami N, … Takahashi A
  • A series of 4816 patients with cerebrovascular disease have undergone CT and/or MRI examinations over the last 25 years at the Higashi Nagoya National Hospital and the Nagoya National Hospital. Of these, we experienced 5 cases (4 men and 1 woman) of Weber's syndrome: two cases were resulted from cerebral embolism and three from cerebral thrombosis. All of the patients had left hemiparesis and rig…
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