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In Brown-Sequard’s syndrome there is:



A Ipsilateral loss of pain sensation

B Ipsilateral loss of temperature sensation

C Ipsilateral loss of proprioception

D Ipsilateral loss of crude touch sensation

Ans. C Ipsilateral loss of proprioception

Hemiparesis due to a lesion in the high cervical spinal cord, associated with ipsilateral loss of proprioception and contralateral loss of pain and temperature sense constitute BROWN-SEQUARD’S SYNDROME. Its features are:

I. Paralysis on the same side as the lesion

II. Loss of position and vibratory sense and ataxia on the same side as the lesion

III. Loss of pain on the side opposite the lesion

IV. Loss of temperature sensitivity on the side opposite the lesion

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