L. Torres, C. Cosentino, R. Suarez
Revista de neurologia
INTRODUCTION Athetosis is a slow and purposeless involuntary movement which changes in frequency, severity. The term pseudoathetosis is used when this movement is associated with proprioceptive sensory impairment. CLINICAL CASE A 63 year old man developed right medulla and pons hemorrhage and presented loss of proprioception in left hemibody and athetosis movements in left hand. CONCLUSION We report a case of pseudoathetosis associated with loss of proprioceptive sensation.