cerebellitis

cerebellitis

 [ser″ĕ-bel-i´tis]
inflammation of the cerebellum.

cer·e·bel·li·tis

(ser'ĕ-bel-ī'tis),
Obsolete term for inflammation of the cerebellum.

cer·e·bel·li·tis

(ser'ĕ-bel-ī'tis)
Inflammation of the cerebellum.

cerebellitis

inflammation of the cerebellum.
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To the Editor: Central nervous system (CNS) manifestations of influenza are uncommon, especially in adults (1,2), and influenza-associated cerebellitis is exceedingly rare: 8 cases have been reported (3-7; online Technical Appendix).
Although the condition is presumed to be more common in children, adult cases of cerebellitis have been well described (8).
Before this case, influenza cerebellitis had been diagnosed in 8 cases as of 2011 (3-7) (online Technical Appendix Table, http://wwwnc.
In conclusion, influenza virus, though rare, should remain a consideration in patients who have acute cerebellitis during influenza season.
Clinical and radiological features of rotavirus cerebellitis.
Transient mutism and pathologic laughter in the course of cerebellitis.
Rotavirus encephalitis and cerebellitis with reversible magnetic resonance signal changes.
Transient lesion in the splenium of the corpus callosum in acute cerebellitis.
The pathogenesis of acute cerebellitis associated with chickenpox is unknown.
Differential diagnoses at hospital admission were intracranial tumor or viral cerebellitis.
Encephalitis caused by EV71 is characterized by rhombencephalitis, which is a combination of brainstem encephalitis and cerebellitis.