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Homonymous hemianopia if the lesion involves the parieto-occipital region. Motor aphasia and agraphia in left-sided lesions.

Aphasia and agraphia if the lesion is in the dominant hemisphere. It will present by the 3 following manifestations in difference combinations. Plantar flexion of toes or no response never say -ve Babinski. Inability to close the eye, when the pt.

Full text of ” Dr. It occurs in some extrapyramidal lesions. It may compress neighbouring structures, causing pressure symptoms according to its site: Slight hearing impairment, never deafness as hearing is bilaterally represented. Unilateral lesion of the uncus does not cause anosmia as the sense of smell is bilaterally represented. This results in superficial sensory loss below the level of compression. Impaired tests for vestibular function.


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The weakness may neyrology till the end neurrology the 3rd month. Part of the vestibular nucleus. Trauma to the head: The hypertonia and hyperreflexia affect the extensor group of muscles antigravity more than the flexor group progravity The paraplegia in this stage is described as paraplegia in extension 3.

The production of consonants especially labials e. Complete rest in bed. Intracranial haemorrhage may be: Phenothiazines or Haloperidol to control the movements. In some cases they may be the only muscles affected throughout the illness.

Degeneration of muscle fibres and its replacement by fibrous and fatty tissue.

Its main function is the maintenance nejrology muscle tone, it is mainly connected to the spinal cord through the ventral and dorsal spino-cerebellar tracts. Ibrahim Gorashi rated it it was amazing Jul 16, White matter formed of fibres entering and leaving the cerebellum through the cerebellar peduncles.

Physiotherapy and symptomatic treatment. The loss of reflexes is due to the degeneration of the peripheral nerves, posterior columns and cerebellum. Deviation of the jaw to the affected side due to the unopposed action of the pterygoid muscles of the healthy side.

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Dysarthria in the form of staccato speech explosive, interrupted speech. The commonest cause of subarachnoid haemorrhage S. The condition is reversible as usually there is no infarction. The jaw reflex may be exaggerated.

This is known as Tonic Atrophy. Jacket sensory loss of dissociated nature in the area of skin supplied by the affected segments with sacral spare.


The usual type described above. It is a broad neufology of white fibres lying in the depth of the cerebral hemisphere. Mental impairment, ocular nerve paralysis and extrapyramidal syndromes are occasionally present.

Immediately following elsan lesion there is sudden paralysis of the lower limbs, associated with complete loss of tone and absence of reflexes flaccid paralysis. Safe tl BHnm stcpi.

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Accommodation increased refractive power of the lens due to contraction of ciliary muscles. This collection of lumbo-sacral roots in the lower part of the spinal canal is known anatomically as the Cauda Equina.

Two main clinical types are known: The superior middle and inferior cerebellar arteries. The release of several substances from neurooogy clump of platelets thromboxane A2, platelet factor 3 and others. Similarly, if we tap the tongue a dimple is observed due to delayed relaxation of the muscles.

There is combined degeneration of the peripheral nerves, pyramidal tracts and posterior columns. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. VII and X resulting in bilateral facial paralysis and bulbar symptoms. Dilsha Parveen rated it it was amazing Apr 06, While infarction of the nerve e. The deep sensations are also lost early in the disease, resulting in loss of deep reflexes and sensory ataxia.