Brown-Séquard syndrome

(brown′sā-kar′)

[Charles E. Brown-Séquard, Fr. physician, 1817-1894]
Hemisection of the spinal cord with: paralysis, loss of position and vibratory sense, and ataxia on the same side of the body as the lesion; and loss of pain and temperature sensitivity on the side opposite the lesion.

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