Stroke & Vascular Disorders
Anterior cerebral artery stroke syndromes
Contralateral monoplegia with mild upper-extremity involvement is an unusual condition classically described as occurring when ischemia involves the anterior cerebral artery territory. Classically, weakness and sensory loss predominate in the contralateral leg. Cognitive, behavioral, and emotional disorders may also be prominent clinical findings.
May. 04, 2021