Man in the Barrel Syndrome

A fanciful term for reverse paraplegia in which there is severe arm weakness without leg weakness, described in comatose patients who survive an episode of severe hypotension; the lesion’s location is uncertain but may be bilateral and pre-rolandic
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Evaluation of The Etiology of Man in The Barrel Syndrome With Four Cases.