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CÚstan-Chenais syndrome

CÚstan-Chenais syndrome: Introduction

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. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of CÚstan-Chenais syndrome is available below.

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