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thesiae in respective segments. affected and Ganglionary syndrome occurs when a spinal ganglion is accompanied girdle pain in a relevant segment. All sensation kinds by the segmental type are lost in a corresponding dermatome, and bubble rashes appear on skin. Spinal syndromes of sensitive loss are associated with lesions of the spinal cord. They are distinguished as segmental and conducive. Segmental syndromes 1. Posterior horn syndrome is characterized by the segmental dissociated disorder type of pain and temperature while touch and deep sensations are preserved in this area. Disorders are always determined on the side of affection, and at the damaged segments' level. Moreover, relevant seg. mental reflexes reduce or fall out. The posterior horn syndrome most often occurs when syringomielia takes place; therefore, it is also called a syringomyelia syndrome 2. Syndrome of front white spinal commissure disorder as the prior one is characterized by the segmental dissociated disorder type of pain and temperature, but its disorders are bilateral and symmetrical. Reflexes are preserved when process localization at this level. Conductive syndromes 1. Syndrome af lateral funiculus disorder is characterized by the pain and temperature impairment by the conductive type on the opposite side The upper anesthesia limit is determined at 1-2 segments below from the level of the tractus spinothalamicus affection. It appears more often when extra- and intra-medullar processes of compression genesis are present. The lateral funiculus damage also provokes motor disorders on the side of the focus, inasmuch as the lateral cerebrospinal(pyramidal) pathway is affected. 2. Syndrome of spinal posterior funiculus disorderis accompanied by a to tal or partial loss otproprioceptive and vibration. Sensitive ataxia occurs which is determined in Romberg's position with closed eyes or while walking at dusk and darkness. Deletion of visual control considerably strengthens sensitive ataxia. It is objected by bathyanesthesia, (off the target)
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in coordination testing. Posterior funiculus disorders most often appear when tabes dorsalis and funicular myelosis occur. Brain syndromes appear in the case of cerebral structures disorder. 1.Alternative hemianesthesia occurs when the oblong brain is damaged. The spinal nucleus of the CN5 and tractus spinothalamicus are involved in the pathological process. The segmental dissociated anesthesia of pain and temperature on the face arises on the side of the focus and conductive hemianesthesia of superficial sensitivity kinds occurs on the opposite side. 2.Syndrome of medial lemniscus disorder within the cerebral pons and pe duncle is characterized by a loss of all kinds of sensitivity on the opposite side by the conductive type, ie. the syndrome of the"two hemi" occurs: hemianesthesia and sensitive hemiataxia.
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