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Perinaud syndrome "upward gaze syndrom" results from a lesion of which tract?
Tectospinal tract
which tract is responsible for balance?
Lateral vestibulospinal tract
Which tract is responsible for posture?
Medial reticulospinal tract (originates from caudal Reticular formation)
Which tract is responsible for voluntary movement?
Lateral Corticospinal tract (limbs, trunk)

Corticobulbar tract (face)
Which two tracts are responsible for eye movement and coordination?
Medial Vestibulospinal tract

Tectospinal tract (from Sup Colliculus; lesion of this tract causes "upward gaze syndrome")
Hemiplagia is caused by lesion to which tract?
Corticospinal tract