Basal Ganglia Stroke: Symptoms, Recovery, and More

Basal Ganglia Stroke: Symptoms, Recovery, and More

Anatomy Of The Basal Ganglia  Basal ganglia is located deep within each of cerebral hemisphere in the telencephalon region of the brain. More

Anatomy Of The Basal Ganglia  Basal ganglia is located deep within each of cerebral hemisphere in the telencephalon region of the brain. More

What are basal ganglia stroke symptoms? Causes and treatment

What are basal ganglia stroke symptoms? Causes and treatment

A basal ganglia stroke can lead to problems with muscle control, vision, sense of touch, & even cause personality changes. Learn about the causes, symptoms & treatment

My favorite diagram of the basal ganglia.  Somehow this one looks more approachable than other versions.

My favorite diagram of the basal ganglia. Somehow this one looks more approachable than other versions.

A basal ganglia stroke is a medical emergency. Learn more about the symptoms of a stroke.

A basal ganglia stroke is a medical emergency. Learn more about the symptoms of a stroke.

Website that explains basal ganglia really well. - Functional Neurology - Functional Neurologist

Website that explains basal ganglia really well. - Functional Neurology - Functional Neurologist

Sites of Stroke and Clinical Manifestations... Basal Ganglia stroke = contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss... Thalamic stroke = contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss + UPGAZE PALSY + Eyes deviate TOWARDS the side of the hemiparesis... Basal ganglia and thalamic strokes present similarly except for those differences

Sites of Stroke and Clinical Manifestations... Basal Ganglia stroke = contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss... Thalamic stroke = contralateral hemiparesis and hemisensory loss + UPGAZE PALSY + Eyes deviate TOWARDS the side of the hemiparesis... Basal ganglia and thalamic strokes present similarly except for those differences

Brain Basics: Know Your Brain - National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Brain Basics: Know Your Brain - National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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