Locked-In Syndrome

The locked-in syndrome is a condition of alertness and awareness associated with quadriplegia and paralysis of the lower cranial nerve, which is the inability of the invention to show a facial expression, to move, to speak, or, with the exception of encoded eye movements to communicate. A locked-in syndrome is typically the result of a pontine hemorrhage or infarction, causing quadriplegia and the lower cranial nerves and the centers that…

September 3, 2018
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