The brown-séquard syndrome

The brown-séquard syndrome - a combination of paralysis of the limbs and violations of deep sensitivity on one side of the body with the disorder surface (pain and temperature) sensitivity on the opposite side. Developing cross defeat half of the spinal cord (trauma, tumor, myelitis) at various levels. Down from the lesion on his side detected first, sluggish, and then spastic paralysis. Disorders of sensitivity are developing simultaneously. The development of the brown - séquard syndrome is because fiber conducting pain and temperature sensitivity, in the spinal cord cross and go to the opposite side. Motor same fiber and fiber conducting deep sensitivity, in the spinal cord do not overlap. Treatment of the underlying disease.