Medial thalamic hemorrhage with amnesia.


Three patients had amnesia and confusion as presenting features of thalamic hemorrhage. They had a relatively benign clinical appearance and lacked characteristics of the syndrome usually associated with thalamic hemorrhage. We reviewed hypotheses regarding a mechanism for the amnesic syndrome and concluded that lesions involving the medial thalamic nucleus… (More)


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@article{Choi1983MedialTH, title={Medial thalamic hemorrhage with amnesia.}, author={D T Choi and L Sudarsky and Sara Schachter and Michael Biber and Patrick Burke}, journal={Archives of neurology}, year={1983}, volume={40 10}, pages={611-3} }