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contralateral sensory loss and hemiparesis with leg more involved than arm; supplies anterior 2/3 of medial cerebral cortex Anterior Cerebral Artery Syndrome
supplies lateral cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, and internal capsule; contra sensory loss and hemiparesis w/ arm more involved than leg, motor speech & perceptual dysfunction, homonymous hemianopsia, sensory ataxia Middle Cerebral Artery Syndrome
ipsi paralysis of tongue, contra paralysis of arm & leg w/ impaired sensation, contra decreased position and vibration sense Medial medullary syndrome (inferior alternating syndrome)
ipsi cerebellar symptoms, ipsi Horners Syndrome, dysphagia, impaired speech, diminished gag reflex, contra loss of pain and temp of half of body, ipsi dec pain and temp in face Lateral medullary syndrome (Wallenbergs syndrome/PICA)
locked in syndrome; occlusions produce quad and bulbar paralysis Basilar artery syndrome
ipsi cerebellar signs; contra hemiparesis and impaired sensation Medial inferior pontine syndrome
ipsi cerebellar signs; facial paralysis, paralysis of conjugate gaze to the side of the lesion, deafness, tinnitus, impaired facial sensation, contra impairment of pain and temp of half of body Lateral inferior pontine syndrome
supply the midbrain, temporal lobe, diencephalon, and posterior third of cortex, produce contra homonymous hemianopsia, contra sensory loss, thalamic syndrome, involuntary movts, weber's syndrome Posterior cerebral artery
Horner's syndrome ptosis , upside-down ptosis and miosis and dilation lag. Enophthalmos and anhydrosis
right hemisphere damage attention, left side neglect, memory organization, orientation, problem solving, reasoning, social communication (Pragmatics)
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