Thalamic syndrome

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Thalamic syndrome
ICD-9 338.0
DiseasesDB 13002
MeSH D013786

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Thalamic syndrome (or thalamic pain syndrome) is a condition that can be associated with inadequate blood supply from the posterior cerebral artery.

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It is also known as "Dejerine-Roussy disease", after Joseph Jules Dejerine and Gustave Roussy.[1][2]

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  1. synd/1273 at Who Named It
  2. J. J. Dejerine, G. Roussy. Le syndrome thalamique. Revue neurologique, Paris, 1906, 14: 521-532.

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