LESION MATCH EXERCISE
Twenty neurological problems are presented in this exercise. In each case, the clinical findings are presented in the yellow panel on the right. To the left are twenty brain sections; on each, shading defines the site of a lesion. Your task is to match the clinical findings with the lesion responsible for them. To answer the question, click the corresponding letter in the "pick the lesion" group. If your choice is correct, you will advance to the next case. If not, you will be asked to "try again".
1) When conjugate gaze to the right is attempted, the left eye adducts but the right eye fails to abduct.
1) Spastic hemiplegia involving both the arm and leg.
PICK THE LESION