Hemiataxia-hypesthesia: a thalamic stroke syndrome.

@article{Melo1992HemiataxiahypesthesiaAT,
  title={Hemiataxia-hypesthesia: a thalamic stroke syndrome.},
  author={T. Melo and J. Bogousslavsky},
  journal={Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry},
  year={1992},
  volume={55},
  pages={581 - 584}
}
Six patients had isolated hemiataxia and ipsilateral sensory loss, as a manifestation of thalamic infarction in the thalamogeniculate territory. Acute hemiataxia-hypesthesia was not found in 1075 other patients from the Lausanne Stroke Registry who were admitted during the same period. Stroke onset was progressive in five patients and immediately complete in one. Five patients had an objective sensory loss. In two patients this affected light touch, pain and temperature sense, and in another… Expand
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