1. In the absence of either myopathy or radiculopathy, could a pyramidal tract lesion be diagnosed..

1. In the absence of either myopathy or radiculopathy, could a pyramidal tract lesion be diagnosed despite a distribution of weakness that is proximal more than distal? 2. Are brisk deep tendon reflexes, rather than hyperreflexia, pathognomonic of pyramidal tract lesion? 3. What is Wartenberg’s reflex (sign), and is it diagnostic of a pyramidal tract lesion?

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