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This case shows typical right inferior medial pontine acute infarction; consistent with inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome. Atrophic brain changes with peri-ventricular arteriosclerotic leukoencephalopathy and bilateral cerebral small chronic vessel disease. Inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome is characterized by:. Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads. Updating… Please wait.

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This case shows typical right inferior medial pontine acute infarction; consistent with inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome. Atrophic brain changes with peri-ventricular arteriosclerotic leukoencephalopathy and bilateral cerebral small chronic vessel disease. Inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome is characterized by:. Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads. Updating… Please wait.

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Presentation Left-sided weakness, diplopia and right-sided facial palsy. Patient Data Age: 65 years. From the case: Inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome. Loading images Loading Stack - 0 images remaining. Widened extra-axial CSF spaces. Normal sellar region. Normal cerebellum and cervico-medullary junction. Case Discussion This case shows typical right inferior medial pontine acute infarction; consistent with inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome.

Inferior medial pontine Foville syndrome is characterized by: contralateral hemiparesis or hemiplegia due to corticospinal tract affection within the dorsal tegmentum of the pons at its inferior third.

A rare case of diplopia: medial inferior pontine syndrome or Foville's syndrome. Eur J Emerg Med. Pubmed citation. Inferior medial pontine syndrome Facial palsy. Related Radiopaedia articles Inferior medial pontine syndrome Promoted articles advertising. Full screen case. Case with hidden diagnosis. Full screen case with hidden diagnosis.

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Foville's syndrome

Foville's syndrome is caused by the blockage of the perforating branches of the basilar artery in the region of the brainstem known as the pons. Structures affected by the infarct are the PPRF , nuclei of cranial nerves VI and VII , corticospinal tract , medial lemniscus , and the medial longitudinal fasciculus. There's involvement of the fifth to eighth cranial nerves, central sympathetic fibres Horner syndrome and horizontal gaze palsy. This produces ipsilateral horizontal gaze palsy and facial nerve palsy and contralateral hemiparesis , hemisensory loss, and internuclear ophthalmoplegia. Foville's syndrome was initially described by Achille-Louis Foville , a French physician, in

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