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Ulnar Nerve Palsy-like Motor And Sensory Loss Caused By A Small Cortical Infarct.
Published 2012 · Medicine
A 56-year-old man with a small infarct in the left precentral knob area induced both motor and sensory impairments that were similar to right ulnar nerve palsy. The only difference from ulnar nerve palsy was that the patient showed sensory disturbance not only on the ulnar side but also on the radial side of the right ring finger.