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Ok so I can't get my head around the Brainstem syndromes -
  • Lateral Medullary Syndrome
  • Medial Medullary Syndrome
  • Medial Pontine Syndrome
  • Lateral Pontine Syndrome
  • Medial Midbrain Syndrome
Is there any easy way to remember these syndromes ? What causes them, their characteristics etc ? They have so many lesions and signs and symptoms associated with them. It all gets confusing specially coz they all have similar names...

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i have posted similar thread before...you can see what d wiqed and avash.nrs methods to remember that stuff
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How to memorize Brainstem Syndromes!
Hey,
i have posted similar thread before...you can see what d wiqed and avash.nrs methods to remember that stuff
Thank you! I am reading through that thread. Its amazing.
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