Brown-Sequard

Brown-Sé·quard

(brūn'sā-kahr'), This surname is correctly hyphenated.
Charles E., French physiologist and neurologist, 1817-1894. See: Brown-Séquard paralysis, Brown-Séquard syndrome.
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Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard was born exactly two hundred years ago, as I write this eulogy, and lived a life that is unmatched in terms of fame and fortune, scientific achievement, academic posts and honours, pioneering research, and field-changing discovery, counterbalanced by hardship, displacement, ridicule, penury, racial discrimination, political persecution and personal tragedy.
4] The latter may present as Brown-Sequard syndrome, central cord syndrome, anterior cord syndrome, and posterior cord syndrome or rarely as monoparesis of upper or lower extremities.
Schwab, "Motor deficits and recovery in rats with unilateral spinal cord hemisection mimic the Brown-Sequard syndrome," Brain, vol.
Spontaneous cervical epidural hematoma presenting as brown-sequard syndrome following repetitive korean traditional deep bows.
Symptoms sensitive translated primarily by numbness that can add vibration and discriminative sensitivity disorders, lack of sensitivity rarely termoalgezica the Brown-Sequard syndrome.
On the other hand, some authors (17) demonstrated that even in patients with spinal cord injuries, the only favorable prognostic factors for recovery of spinal cord function are: patient age and the presence of anterior syndrome or Brown-Sequard syndrome.
Other chapters address mechanisms of neuropathic pain, therapeutics, carpal tunnel syndrome, cervical radiculopathy, meralgia paresthetica, Lyme radiculopathy, neuralgic amyotrophy, herpes zoster infection, polyneuropathies, inherited amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, Fabry disease, proximal myotonic myopathy, complex regional pain syndrome, polymyalgia rheumatica, phantom pain, Brown-Sequard syndrome, syringomyelia, and headache disorders, and give information on the patient's history, clinical findings, investigations, diagnosis, and treatment.
Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard, a prominent neurologist and researcher who ferreted out the pathology of what would be labeled the Brown-Sequard Syndrome, where there is hemi-section of the spinal cord giving sensory symptoms on one side of the body and motor on the other side.
A clinical diagnosis of Brown-Sequard syndrome was made.
Siguiendo las modas y los avances terapeuticos se sometio al tratamiento Brown-Sequard, basado en la aplicacion de inyecciones intramusculares elaboradas de cobayas, las cuales producian grandes dolores, seguramente por el contenido aceitoso del producto.
Before testosterone was discovered, Mauritian-born Dr Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard (1817-94) injected himself with his preparation made from the testes of guinea pigs and dogs.