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Table 1 Historic Cohor: Treatment, Localization and Clinical Outcomes.

From: Basal ganglia stroke due to mild head trauma in pediatric age - clinical and therapeutic management: a case report and 10 year literature review

Patient Age/Gender First Symptom Lesion Location (CT Scan, MRI or Both) Treatment Clinical Outcome (Time of Follow-up in Months) Risk Factors
1[3] 1.5/M Hemiparesis Internal capsule Conservative Good/13 None
2[3] 1.5/M Hemiparesis Lentiform nucleus Conservative Good/13 None
3[4] 1/M Left-sided hemiparesis left internal capsule and corona radiata Conservative Good/1 None
4[1] 1/F Left-sided hemiparesis Right lentiform nucleus and corona radiate Conservative Good/3 None
5[1] 1/M Left-sided hemiparesis Right lentiform nucleus and corona radiate Conservative Good/3 None
6[1] 1.2/F Left-sided hemiparesis Right basal ganglia and corona radiata Conservative minimal pyramidal tract signs in her left side/1 None
7[5] 11/M left upper motor neuron 7th nerve palsy and left hemiparesis bilateral basal ganglia, internal capsule and periventricular white matter Conservative mild dysarthria and bilateral
extensor plantar/12
None
8[5] 1/M Right hemiparesis in left basal ganglia and internal capsule Conservative Good/3 None
9[5] 18/M Right hemiparesis left basal ganglia and internal capsule Conservative Good/5 born out of 2nd degree consanguinity