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Pontine ischaemic stroke syndromes


Classic Raymond syndrome is a rare neurological presentation comprising ipsilateral abducens palsy, contralateral facial paresis and contralateral hemiparesis. We present a man in his late 60s who presented with diplopia, dysarthria and right-sided limb weakness. This syndrome is one of a group of ‘crossed paralyses’ of the caudal pons.


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