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What is Benedikt's syndrome?

What is Benedikt's syndrome?

  • Benedikt's syndrome: Damage to a part of the brain (intremedullary part of midbrain) can result in various neurological symptoms which can vary depending on the exact location and extent of the damage. Limb and trunk symptoms tend to be on the opposite side the eye symptoms. The damage may be caused by such things as trauma, cancer and stroke.

Benedikt's syndrome: Introduction

Types of Benedikt's syndrome:

Broader types of Benedikt's syndrome:

How serious is Benedikt's syndrome?

Complications of Benedikt's syndrome: see complications of Benedikt's syndrome

What causes Benedikt's syndrome?

Causes of Benedikt's syndrome: see causes of Benedikt's syndrome

What are the symptoms of Benedikt's syndrome?

Symptoms of Benedikt's syndrome: see symptoms of Benedikt's syndrome

Complications of Benedikt's syndrome: see complications of Benedikt's syndrome

Benedikt's syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Benedikt's syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Benedikt's syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Benedikt's syndrome: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Benedikt's syndrome.
Treatments for Benedikt's syndrome: see treatments for Benedikt's syndrome

Name and Aliases of Benedikt's syndrome

Main name of condition: Benedikt's syndrome

Other names or spellings for Benedikt's syndrome:

tegmental syndrome, tegmental mesencephalic paralysis, Benedikt's inferior syndrome


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