Signs of Brown-Sequard Syndrome
Symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome
The list of medical symptoms mentioned in various sources
for Brown-Sequard Syndrome may include:
- Hemianesthesia - on the opposite side to the paralysis
- Paralysis of voluntary muscles below level of lesion
- Segmental atrophy at level of lesion
- Sensory loss at level of lesion
- Contralateral analgesia below lesion
- Thermanesthesia below lesion
- more symptoms...»
List of 12
Brown-Sequard Syndrome Symptoms
Note that Brown-Sequard Syndrome symptoms usually refers to various medical symptoms known to a patient,
but the phrase Brown-Sequard Syndrome signs may often refer to those signs
that are only noticable by a doctor.
More Symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome:
More detailed symptom information may be found on the symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome article.
In addition to the above medical information, to get a full picture
of the possible signs or symptoms of this condition
and also possibly the signs and symptoms of its related medical conditions,
it may be necessary to examine symptoms
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Medical articles on signs and symptoms:
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What are the signs of Brown-Sequard Syndrome?
The phrase "signs of Brown-Sequard Syndrome" should, strictly speaking,
refer only to those signs and symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome that are not readily apparent to the patient.
The word "symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome" is the more general meaning; see symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome.
The signs and symptom information on this page
attempts to provide a list of some possible signs and symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome.
This medical information about signs and symptoms for Brown-Sequard Syndrome has been gathered
from various sources,
may not be fully accurate,
and may not be the full list of Brown-Sequard Syndrome signs or Brown-Sequard Syndrome symptoms.
Furthermore, signs and symptoms of Brown-Sequard Syndrome may vary on an individual basis for each patient.
Only your doctor can provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and whether they
are indeed Brown-Sequard Syndrome symptoms.