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CASE 6.1 SUDDEN ONSET OF RIGHT HAND WEAKNESS PATIENT PRESENTATION A 64-year-old man developed right hand weakness following cardiac arrest.
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KEY SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS Isolated right-sided weakness of wrist flexion and extension, finger flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction, and thumb opposition CASE 6.1 Sudden Onset Of Right Hand Weakness
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Brachial Monoparesis Somatosensory and Motor Homunculi Lateral Corticospinal Tract Vascular territories of the cerebral cortex Ischemic stroke mechanisms, diagnosis, and treatment CASE 6.1 Sudden Onset Of Right Hand Weakness
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Unformatted text preview: Brachial Monoparesis Precentral gyrus on the left side Somatosensory and Motor Homonculi Lateral Corticospinal Tract Lateral Corticospinal Tract CASE 6.1 Infarct in Precentral Gyrus Hand Area CASE 6.1 Infarct in Precentral Gyrus Hand Area CASE 6.1 Infarct in Precentral Gyrus Hand Area CASE 6.1 Sudden Onset Of Right Hand Weakness FINAL DIAGNOSIS Infarct in left precentral gyrus hand area OUTCOME Strength improved markedly within 10 days. Atrial fibrillation found on electrocardiogram was treated with anticoagulation to reduce risk of recurrent stroke ....
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