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A 76-year-old man comes to the physician because of ...
Ya I think this question is trying to test your knowledge between a cortical lesion and a subcortical lesion.
Central Stroke Syndrome: Neuropathic pain due to thalamic lesions. Initial paresthesias followed in weeks to months by allodynia (ordinarily painless stimuli cause pain) and dysesthesia on the contralateral side. Occurs in 10% of stroke patients. FA 2018 499