Posterior cord syndrome
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|Posterior cord syndrome|
5: posterior spinal arteries
|Classification and external resources|
Posterior cord syndrome is a condition caused by lesion of the posterior portion of the spinal cord. It can be caused by an interruption to the posterior spinal artery.
- Loss of proprioception + loss of vibration sensation + loss of two point discrimination +loss of light touch
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