Paramedian pontine infarction. Neurological/topographical correlation.

  title={Paramedian pontine infarction. Neurological/topographical correlation.},
  author={Satoshi Kataoka and Akira Hori and Tsuyoshi Shirakawa and Genjiro Hirose},
  volume={28 4},
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE There have been few reports of pontine syndromes secondary to paramedian pontine infarctions. To clarify the clinicotopographical correlation and prognosis of paramedian pontine infarct syndromes, we analyzed the clinical signs and their association with MRI findings. METHODS We studied 49 patients with acute paramedian pontine infarcts and classified them into three subtypes on the basis of lesion location on MRI. Patient clinical status was assessed by Rankin… CONTINUE READING
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