The effects of THIO microinfusion into the cerebellar
vermis of mice re-exposed to the EPM on %OAE, %OAT and EAE are shown in Figure 2.
The molar tooth sign was initially identified in Joubert syndrome, named after Marie Joubert who first described it in 1968 as a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterised by the neuroradiological hallmark of the molar tooth sign caused by cerebellar
haemorrhage may present with cerebellar
signs and symptoms or with raised intracranial pressure due to hydrocephalus.
s case report entitled, Cerebellar
granulocytic sarcoma: A case report (2012; 19: 177-180), (1) provides an opportunity for me to remind physicians that short-course megadose methylprednisolone (MDMP: 30 mg/kg for 3 d, then 20 mg/kg for 4 d each dose administered over the course of 10-15 min intravenously or orally; calculated dose of powder put into a spoon and then covered with honey and administered before 0600), has been effectively used for the treatment of granulocytic sarcoma (GS) (2), (3), (4), (5).
Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed that his cerebellar
tonsils extended approximately 10 mm inferiorly through the foremen magnum, which represented a type I Arnold-Chiari malformation.
Among various neuropsychiatric manifestations/sequelae of malaria GBS like polyneuropathy, acute and delayed cerebellar
ataxia, periodic paralysis are reported mainly from Indian subcontinent1-3.
Activity, attention, impulsivity, and language deficits, which have been reported with greater incidence in ETS-exposed children, all involve cerebellar
regulation through feedback loops to the neocortex (Bledsoe et al.
liponeurocytoma is a rare neoplasm composed of neurocytic cells with variable degrees of tumor cell lipidization.
Bobby is a 1-year-old tuxedo male who was born with cerebellar
hypo plasia, a neurological disorder that affects motor coordination.
Asiskal noted that on functional MRI, dysthymic patients show significantly more right amygdala, right thalamic, right fusiform gyrus, and left cerebellar
activity, compared with controls.
Finger nose finger test of the left hand was abnormal and the patient demonstrating truncal ataxia and wide based gait but she did not reveal other signs of cerebellar
involvement like scanning speech, dysdiadochinesia, pendular knee jerk.
mass with no ventricular dilatation or sign of early hydrocephalus.