cerebellar atrophy


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cer·e·bel·lar at·ro·phy

degeneration of the cerebellum, particularly the Purkinje cells, as the result of abiotrophy or exposure to toxic agents, as in alcoholism.

cer·e·bel·lar at·ro·phy

(serĕ-belăr atrŏ-fē)
Degeneration of the cerebellum, particularly the Purkinje cells, as the result of abiotrophy or exposure to toxic agents, as in alcoholism.

cer·e·bel·lar at·ro·phy

(serĕ-belăr atrŏ-fē)
Degeneration of cerebellum due to abiotrophy or alcoholism.
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CEO Zhang Zhigang said that Zhong Ensheng Medical is targeting cerebellar atrophy, having obtained an orphan drug designation for that condition in 2015.
SCA 3 and FRDA can also manifest with bilateral vestibulopathy and cerebellar atrophy and sensory neuropathy, but SCA 3 shows familial involvement, fourth ventricle enlargement and motor neuropathy, while FRDA usually manifests before the age of 25 years and with normal head MRI, but atrophic spinal cord at spinal MRI.
The cerebellar pathology improves in most patients, but cerebellar atrophy develops in 20% of patients.
There is an increasing evidence of cerebellar atrophy in adults with epilepsy.
I later reviewed a copy of the CT scan of her head and picked up that there was some cerebellar atrophy. I further concluded that this contributed to her ataxia.
All of these exhibited cerebellar atrophy upon magnetic resonance imaging and electromyography data of peripheral sensory neuropathy.
Neuroimaging findings generally show subcortical leukoencephalopathy, cerebellar atrophy and changes in dentate nuclei and putamen (4).
The incidence of cerebellar toxicity with high-dose arabinoside cytarabine (HIDAC) is ~ 10%.[4] It can be diagnosed in a way that the MRI brain reveals cerebellar atrophy and reversible white matter changes.
Ashdown, "Crossed cerebellar diaschisis and crossed cerebellar atrophy: correlation of MR findings, clinical symptoms, and supratentorial diseases in 26 patients," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.
Of note is the consistent observation of cerebellar atrophy (Figure 1(a)), which is also reported in several mouse models of Cacna2d2 dysfunction [6, 7].
In his cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mild ventricular dilatation, cerebral, and cerebellar atrophy were detected.

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