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Related to cerebellar: Cerebellar ataxia, cerebellar atrophy
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Diffusion tensor tractography confirms the failure of superior cerebellar peduncle decussation.
Tissue from the cerebellar hemisphere was processed through a multistep protein extraction procedure described previously (Cortes et al.
Cerebellar liponeurocytoma most commonly involves the cerebellar hemispheres but may be located in the paramedian region or vermis and may extend to the cerebellopontine angle or fourth ventricle.
Considering the sub-acute onset with no obvious source of any malignancy or other granulomatous disease to justify the origin of the ring enhancing lesions in the CT/MRI and endemicity of tuberculosis in our country (India) she was diagnosed provisionally as a case cerebellar tuberculoma.
Role of Cerebellar Cortical Protein Synthesis in Transfer of Memory Trace of Cerebellum-Dependent Motor Learning.
Eventually, this reaches the substantia nigra and the higher cerebellar neurons.
Considering the severity of the teratology occurrence followed by drug use during organogenic period [6,14] and onset of cerebellar growth in that period, vincristine was administrated intraperitoneally on days tenth and fifteenth of pregnancy [10,12] at the dose of 3 mg/kg for the treatment group [1,2,5].
Patients with either predominantly cerebellar signs or Parkinsonism are regarded as distinct subtypes of MSA and are designated as MSA-C and MSA-P, respectively.
The patient failed to improve following the oral antibiotic regimen at which time the patient was diagnosed with a left-sided encapsulated cerebellar abscess and transferred to the medical service at West Virginia University for treatment.
They first address basal ganglia and cerebellar anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology, standard definitions, and diagnostic approaches, then the presentation, phenomenology, etiology, clinical characteristics, neuronatomic localization, and pathophysiology of individual diseases and disorders, including developmental, paroxysmal, hyperkinetic, hypokinetic, and secondary movement disorders like Tourette syndrome, dystonia, Parkinsonism, cerebral palsy, drug-induced, and psychogenic disorders.
Transcerebellar: + cerebellar hemispheres and vermis, TCD, cisterna magna.
In the fetuses, ROIs were placed in the cerebellar cortical region and middle cerebellar preduncles (MCP) at the level of fourth ventricle.
The first clinical sign is typically a feeling of unsteadiness, experienced usually as vertigo or balance impairment; Cerebellar syndrome gradually develops, as well as--albeit to a different degree--dorsal columns symptomatology.