[transient Pseudobulbar Syndrome in Unilateral Frontal Opercular Infarcts].


The classic anterior (frontal) opercular syndrome (Foix-Chavany-Marie sy.) is a cortical pseudobulbar palsy mainly due to bilateral lesions of anterior brain operculum. In 2000 the authors had a 70-year old female patient with acute onset of swallowing and speaking difficulty. Neurological examination established a left facial central palsy, the palsy of… (More)


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