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Table 2 Neuroimaging finding in cerebral infarction patients with unusual motor impairment

From: Spectrum of clinical features and neuroimaging findings in acute cerebral infarction patients with unusual ipsilateral motor impairment– a series of 22 cases

No.Past strokeRecent CI
Location of lesionLocation of lesionMalformation of brainDominant hemisphere
1L BGR CRNoR
2L PCNoR
3L PoR FL,TL,PLNoR
4R TL CRNoR
5R TL Po, CeNoR
6L CSL BGNoR
7L PoR BGNoR
8R FL, TL, PL,CRNoR
9L CRR CRNoR
10L CS,PLL BGNoR
11L GC, OL, PL,BPNoR
12L CRR CRNoR
13L BG,FLR PoNoR
14L CRNoR
15R BGL BGNoR
16L OLR GC, CRNoR
17R BGL CRNoR
18L CRNoR
19R PoNoR
20L CRR PoNoR
21L PoR BGNoR
22R FL,PLL CR FL,PLNoR
  1. L left, R right, PO pons, Ce cerebellum, CR corona radiate, BG basal ganglia, BP brachium pontis, GC gyrus cinguli, CS centrum semiovale, PC pedunculus cerebri, FL frontal lobe, TL temporal lobe, PL parietal lobe, OL occipital lobe, T thalamus