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The case report of published in BMI Case Reports 2020 Oct 29;13(10):e236017 by Ong et al. further expanded the knowledge of cheiro-oral syndrome, an incomplete sensory disorder, in clinical practice. Regarding to the classification of cheiro-oral syndrome, authors cited for Satpute et al. (2013), who clearly described the vascular anatomy of thalamus relating to the clinical picture of sensory and other neurological deficits, including some incomplete sensory syndromes. Bogousslavsky et al. (1988) had reported similar results before. However, to my understanding, the four types of cheiro-oral syndrome was firstly suggested by Chen WH (2009).
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