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What is CÚstan-Chenais syndrome?

What is CÚstan-Chenais syndrome?

  • CÚstan-Chenais syndrome: A rare brain stem disorder characterized by neurological abnormalities that occur on one side of the face but on the opposite side of the rest of the body. It is usually caused by damage to a part of the brain (pontobulbar area) or a blood clot in a particular part of the vertebral artery.

CÚstan-Chenais syndrome: Introduction

What are the symptoms of CÚstan-Chenais syndrome?

Symptoms of CÚstan-Chenais syndrome: see symptoms of CÚstan-Chenais syndrome

How is it treated?

Treatments for CÚstan-Chenais syndrome: see treatments for CÚstan-Chenais syndrome

Name and Aliases of CÚstan-Chenais syndrome

Main name of condition: CÚstan-Chenais syndrome

Other names or spellings for CÚstan-Chenais syndrome:

CÚstan paralysis


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