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Midbrain infarction presenting with Weber's syndrome and central facial palsy: a case report/Orta beyin infarktina bagli gelisen Weber sendromu ve santral fasyal parezi: olgu sunumu

@inproceedings{Algin2009MidbrainIP,
  title={Midbrain infarction presenting with Weber's syndrome and central facial palsy: a case report/Orta beyin infarktina bagli gelisen Weber sendromu ve santral fasyal parezi: olgu sunumu},
  author={Demet Ilhan Algin and Figen Alpy{\"o}r{\"u}k Taşer and Sayime Aydin and Elif Aksakalli},
  year={2009}
}
  • Demet Ilhan Algin, Figen Alpyörük Taşer, +1 author Elif Aksakalli
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Weber's syndrome is a distinctive brainstem disease characterized by ipsilateral 3 rd nerve palsy with contralateral hemiplegia and is due to an intrinsic or extrinsic lesion in the ventral midbrain. To date, there is limited literature concerning Weber's syndrome associated with central facial palsy, but none was demonstrated with comprehensive explanation. We report a rare case presented with Weber’s syndrome and central facial palsy caused by infarction of ventromedial crural region of the… CONTINUE READING

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