• pure sensory stroke (thalamic lesions)
  • pure hemiparesis (PMH) – most often internal capsule, pons
    • PMH with horizontal gaze palsy
    • PMH with crossed CN III palsy (Weber syndrome)
    • PMH with crossed CN VI palsy (Millard-Gubler)
    • PMH with confusion
    • PMH with internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO)
    • pure face-saving hemiparesis (PMH)
  • sensorimotor stroke (thalamocapsular) – internal capsule, thalamus
  • dysarthria syndrome – clumsy hand
  • atactic hemiparesis (pons)
  • PMH +
    • PMH with horizontal gaze palsy
    • PMH with crossed CN III palsy (Weber syndrome) – brainstem
    • PMH with crossed CN VI palsy (Millard-Gubler) – brainstem
    • PMH with confusion (thalamic dementia)
    • PMH with internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO)
    • pure face-saving hemiparesis (PMH)
  • hemiballism-hemichorea and acute dystonia (contralateral subthalamic and putaminal-pallidal regions and the posterolateral thalamus)
  • cerebellar ataxia with crossed palsy n.III (Claude’s syndrome)
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