Pure sensory infarct in the territories of anterior cerebral artery.

@article{Nishida2010PureSI,
  title={Pure sensory infarct in the territories of anterior cerebral artery.},
  author={Yoichiro Nishida and Takashi Irioka and Teruhiko Sekiguchi and Hidehiro Mizusawa},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2010},
  volume={75 3},
  pages={287}
}
A 78-year-old man suddenly developed tingling sensations and sensory loss involving all modalities only in his right foot, distal shin, and calf (figure 1). Brain MRI revealed a small acute infarct in the left paracentral lobule (figure 2). Many patients with pure sensory disturbance by cortical infarcts have been reported in the territories of middle cerebral artery.1 We report a pure sensory cortical infarct in the territories of anterior cerebral artery. These MRI pictures are exactly… CONTINUE READING