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Pseudobulbar Palsy

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  • When the pathway is affected by a pathology (i.e. ALS or pseudobulbar palsy) the CP sphincter becomes hyperreflexic due to disinhibition and the cortical MEP of the CP muscle disappears due to degeneration of the corticobulbar pathway [19].


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