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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Tambien sugirio probar las inyecciones de jugos de glandulas reproductivas y la "transfusion nerviosa" de Brown-Sequard para los viejos "hipodinamicos", ya que estas tendian a "la dinamizacion del organismo".
Charles-Edouard Brown-Sequard (figura 1), conocido por acunar el sindrome de hemiseccion de la medula espinal, fue uno de los mas remarcados medicos de la epoca victoriana.
Brown-Sequard syndrome secondary to post-traumatic vertebral artery dissection and subsequent vascular embolic stroke.
It can be further divided into complete or partial, with the latter including hemicord (Brown-Sequard), central cord, dorsal column, or specific tract disruption [4].
We report on a late recurrence case of cervical SNC successfully treated with the anterior approach for partial Brown-Sequard syndrome, developing 22 years after a marked shrinkage of the cyst and complete return of function with posterior shunting operation.
Brown-Sequard syndrome due to penetrating injury by an iron fence point.
Andrews, "A case of Brown-Sequard syndrome with associated Horner's syndrome after blunt injury to the cervical spine," Emergency Medicine Journal, vol.
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.
In humans, a lesion in either lateral half of the spinal cord leads to the development of a paralysis called Brown-Sequard's syndrome.
observed the Brown-Sequard's syndrome, [sup][13],[19] following three episodes of spinal cord complications, which regressed after 4 months without sequelae; paraparesis with spontaneous regression after 2 weeks; and complete paraplegia without regression.
* Symptoms sensitive translated primarily by numbness that can add vibration and discriminative sensitivity disorders, lack of sensitivity rarely termoalgezica the Brown-Sequard syndrome.