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What is Monakow syndrome?

What is Monakow syndrome?

  • Monakow syndrome: Blockage of the anterior choroidal artery can cause symptoms on the opposite side of the body to the blockage. Symptoms include weakness and loss of tactile sensation on one side of the body as well as blindness in half of one eye.

Monakow syndrome: Introduction

Types of Monakow syndrome:

Broader types of Monakow syndrome:

What causes Monakow syndrome?

Causes of Monakow syndrome: see causes of Monakow syndrome

What are the symptoms of Monakow syndrome?

Symptoms of Monakow syndrome: see symptoms of Monakow syndrome

How is it treated?

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

Name and Aliases of Monakow syndrome

Main name of condition: Monakow syndrome

Other names or spellings for Monakow syndrome:

anterior choroidal artery syndrome


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