Hemiplegia caused by a lesion on the opposite side of the brainstem, accompanied by an additional paralysis of a motor cranial nerve on the same side as the lesion.crossed hemiplegia stauroplegia
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- alternating calculus,
- alternating current,
- alternating group,
- alternating light,
- alternating pulse,
- alternating series,
- alternating tremor,
- alternating voltage
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