Brainstem Stroke Syndromes Quiz

Which cranial nerves arise from the midbrain?
Which cranial nerve motor nuclei are located medially in the brainstem?
Which of the following midline brainstrem structures will result in an internuclear ophthalmoplegia if damaged?
Which of the following descriptions most accurately describes Webers syndrome?
Occlusion of which artery can result in "locked-in syndrome"?
Which of the following tests should form part of your initial assessment of a patient with a suspected stroke?
Which of the following is the most appropriate therapy for a patient presenting with a suspected stroke?
Which eponymous brainstem stroke pathology is demonstrated by the shaded area in the diagram?