Contralateral

  • (adj): On or relating to the opposite side (of the body).

Some articles on contralateral:

Middle Cerebral Artery Syndrome - Signs and Symptoms
... Hemiparesis or hemiplegia of the lower half of the contralateral face Hemiparesis or hemiplegia of the contralateral upper and lower extremities* Sensory loss of the contralateral face, arm and ...
Motor Strip - Pathway
... down into the brainstem, where some of them, after crossing over to the contralateral side, distribute to the cranial nerve motor nuclei ... After crossing over to the contralateral side in the medulla oblongata (pyramidal decussation), the axons travel down the spinal cord as the lateral corticospinal tract ... corticospinal tract, and most of them cross over to the contralateral side in the spinal cord, shortly before reaching the lower motor neurons ...
Posterior Cerebral Artery - Occlusion - Central Territory (Ganglionic Branches)
... choreoathetosis, intention tremor, spasms of hand, mild hemiparesis, contralateral hemianaethesia Posteroventral nucleus of thalamus involvement of the adjacent ... Weber's syndrome third nerve palsy and contralateral hemiplegia Third nerve and cerebral peduncle ... Contralateral hemiplegia Cerebral peduncle ...
Superior Colliculus - Diversity - Primates
... map of the visual field seen by the contralateral eye ... the visual cortex and lateral geniculate nucleus, each colliculus represents only the contralateral half of the visual field, up to the midline, and excludes a representation of ... ganglion cells in the temporal half of the retina and the contralateral superior colliculus ...
Posterior Cerebral Artery - Occlusion
... Contralateral loss of pain and temperature sensations ... Visual field defects (contralateral hemianopia with macular sparing) ... Alternating Syndrome (Weber's syndrome) Contralateral deficits of facial nerve (only lower face, upper face receives bilateral input), vagus nerve and hypoglossal nerve ...