[Medial medullary infarction: report of three patients presented with central vestibular dysfunction without limb and lingual weakness].

The purpose of this article is to draw attention to atypical presentation of medial medullary infarction (MMI). With advanced imaging techniques, small infarctions occurring in the medulla are more easily identified. It is difficult, however, to make a clinical diagnosis of MMI if both hypoglossal nerve palsy and limb weakness are absent, because motor… CONTINUE READING