Ipsilateral hemiparesis after putaminal hemorrhage due to uncrossed pyramidal tract

@article{Terakawa2000IpsilateralHA,
  title={Ipsilateral hemiparesis after putaminal hemorrhage due to uncrossed pyramidal tract},
  author={Haruhiko Terakawa and Koji Abe and M Nakamura and Tomoko Okazaki and Jiro Obashi and Takehiko Yanagihara},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={54},
  pages={1801 - 1805}
}
Objective: Previous case reports supported the presence of the uncrossed pyramidal tract in exceptional patients. However, most of these case reports have not fully discussed involvement of the motor cortex controlling the ipsilateral limbs. Design and Method: The authors investigated a 62-year-old man who developed right hemiparesis after right putaminal hemorrhage by using MRI, transcranial magnetic stimulation, functional MRI (fMRI), and sensory evoked potentials. He had moderate weakness… Expand
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