Two cases of unusual cheiro-oral syndrome due to small pontine haemorrhage are described, in which both sides of the mouth were involved in the initial stage. High resolution magnetic resonance imaging revealed a small lesion at the paramedian pontine tegmentum in both cases and suggested involvement of the medial portion of the medial lemniscus.
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