Etiology of Frontal Network Syndromes in Isolated Subtentorial Stroke

  title={Etiology of Frontal Network Syndromes in Isolated Subtentorial Stroke},
  author={Michael Hoffmann and Lourdes Benes Cases},
  booktitle={Behavioural neurology},
BACKGROUND The neurobiology of the frontal network syndrome (FNS) that may occur with isolated subtentorial stroke is unknown. AIM Evaluate for frontal network syndromes in young people post subtentorial stroke who have recovered neurologically and compare to a stroke lesion group least likely to manifest frontal network syndromes. METHODS Young people (18-49 years) with isolated cerebellar or brainstem subtentorial stroke (ST) that had recovered to independency (Rankin score 2) with… CONTINUE READING
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