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.
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It may rarely cause severe extrapulmonary manifestations such as cerebellitis, encephalitis, fatal myocarditis, hepatitis and Reye-like syndrome (2).
The C1v2015 cases were widespread throughout France and associated with various clinical manifestations, including meningitis, cerebellitis, encephalitis, and myelitis, as well as hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) (Figure 1, panels B, C).
Fever associated with seizure were 109 and among them 75 were febrile seizure, 34 were fever with other causes for seizures [Bacterial meningitis, viral encephalitis, cerebellitis, tuberous sclerosis, acute glomerulonephritis].
Isoniazid-induced cerebellitis: A disguised presentation.
Acute cerebellar ataxia was the most common complication followed by cerebellitis. Abnormal electroencephalogram with diffuse slowing was found in one patient with encephalitis.
Other monophasic subtypes include monophasic neuromyelitis optica spectrum diseases (NMOSDs) accompanied by optic neuritis and/or transverse myelitis [9, 12, 17, 18], as well as clinically isolated syndromes [optic neuritis (ON), transverse myelitis (TM), cerebellitis, and brainstem disease], which present after puberty and do not confer risk factors for further MS-like episodes, such as positive oligoclonal bands (OCBs) or MS-like lesions on MRI [9, 10, 12, 16].
The patient was diagnosed with influenza-associated cerebellitis based on the clinical findings" should be corrected to "Serologic tests of his blood showed negative results for Epstein-Barr virus, herpes simplex virus, varicella zoster virus, cytomegalovirus (Vidas[R], bioMerieux, France), measles, mumps, rubella, and mycoplasma pneumoniae (Diesse Chorus ELISA, Italy).
Doctors discovered the poorly child had a swelling of the brain, known as acute cerebellitis, and chiari malformation which meant her brain was being pushed out of her skull.
Doctors discovered that the poorly child had a swelling of the brain, known as acute cerebellitis, and chiari malformation which meant her brain was being pushed out of her skull.
The following is a case of cryptococcus cerebellitis, in a patient without history of importance that presented a diagnostic challenge due to its nonspecific clinical manifestations.
The appearance was nonspecific and considerations included subacute infarct, infiltrating glioma or cerebellitis. Subsequently, MRI was performed, demonstrating the characteristic striated morphologic appearance of dysplastic gangliocytoma or so-called Lhermitte-Duclos disease.