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Topic: Brown-Sequard Syndrome
Subject: Medicine
Which of the following would not be expected in a right-sided Brown-Séquard syndrome?

A. Right-sided hemi-paresis

B. Right-sided loss of proprioception

C. Left-sided decreased sensitivity to pinprick

D. Left-sided decreased vibration sense

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