crossed syndrome

crossed syndrome

Neurology A cranial nerve lesion opposite the side of a hemiplegia, which may occur in transient occlusion of the basilar artery
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Pain was idiopathic and experienced as radiculopathy (48%), localized (46%), or lower crossed syndrome (6%).
When the bottom and stomach muscles become weak and the hip flexor muscles become tight, Lower Crossed Syndrome can develop," Anne Elliott, lecturer at the London Sport Institute, Middlesex University, said.