[Pure sensory stroke caused by thalamic hematoma].
J. C. Baron
Marie - Germaine Bousser
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A 59-year-old hypertensive patient presented with dysesthesias and a pure sensory deficit involving face, arm and leg on the left side of the body. CT scan and MRI showed a small hematoma in the posterior and lateral part of the right thalamus.
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