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Figure 1: (a, b) Patient image demonstrating high-grade flaccid isolated fractional median more than the radial pseudoperipheral nerve palsy of the left hand and wrist, demonstrating pathological "circle sign" due to inability to oppose the tips of digits I and II due to weakness of flexor pollicis longus muscle and the flexor digitorum profundus muscle of the index finger; and (b) demonstrating wrist drop and partial finger drop, (c) FLAIR magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing acute infarction of the right precentral "hand knob" area with the "omega sign"

Figure 1: (a, b) Patient image demonstrating high-grade flaccid isolated fractional median more than the radial pseudoperipheral nerve palsy of the left hand and wrist, demonstrating pathological