BRAIN and NERVE Shinkei Kenkyu no Shinpo Volume 68, Issue 3 (March 2016)
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Abstract

Axial body lateropulsion, a phenomenon where the body is pulled toward the side of the lesion, with tendency of falling down, is the well-known transient feature of lateral medullary syndrome. In some cases, axial body lateropulsion occurs without vestibular and cerebellar symptoms (isolated body lateropulsion:[iBL]). Patients with iBL have a lesion located in the spinocerebellar tract, descending lateral vestibulospinal tract, vestibulo-thalamic pathway, dentatorubrothalamic pathway, or thalamocortical fascicle. This review deals with the anatomic basis and clinical significance of iBL.

(Received July 10, 2015; Accepted September 30, 2015; Published March 1, 2016)


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BRAIN and NERVE-神経研究の進歩
68巻3号 (2016年3月)
電子版ISSN 1344-8129 印刷版ISSN 1881-6096 医学書院

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