cerebellar syndrome

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cer·e·bel·lar syn·drome

the signs and symptoms of cerebellar dysfunction: dysmetria, dysarthria, asynergia, nystagmus, ataxia, staggering gait, and adiadochokinesia.
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Thus, we suspected the cerebellar syndrome due to hypomagnesemia and started an intravenous magnesium supplementation and an oral calcium intake.
Nonetheless, Gilman et al (6) lists specific criteria for probable MSA, including autonomic dysfunction, orthostatic hypotension, and either parkinsonism or cerebellar syndrome symptoms.
Neurological examination revealed a quadripyramidal syndrome with right kinetic cerebellar syndrome. Cerebrospinal MRI displayed multiple ovoid and confluent T2 hyperintense lesions in periventricular and semioval white matter and a cervical lesion at the level of C6.
Finally, more recently, JCV was linked with cerebellar syndrome in HIV infected patients.
International Cooperative Ataxia Rating Scale for pharmacological assessment of the cerebellar syndrome. The Ataxia Neuropharmacology Committee of the World Federation of Neurology.
A delayed onset cerebellar syndrome complicating falciparum malaria.
Peripheral neuropathy [36], epilepsy [37], cerebellar syndrome [38] myopathy and hyporeflexia [35] have all been reported in association with coeliac disease.
Neurological examinations show cerebellar syndrome findings, oculomotor apraxia, slowing down in saccades, a reduction in vestibulo-ocular reflex, and reduction in optokinetic nystagmus.
We report two patients presenting two different forms of MSA, although in the first case cerebellar syndrome was the main feature and in the second case, parkinsonian symptoms were predominant.
Patients 1 and 4 had encephalitis with drowsiness, which for patient 4 was accompanied by cerebellar syndrome (dysarthria and dysmetria).
(6-8) Patients with GCN exclusively presented cerebellar syndrome and cerebellar atrophy in MRI without white matter lesions.