Cerebellar Disorders: A Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Management

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He then addresses the ataxias encountered in daily practice, with each chapter describing the disorder and its pathogenesis while emphasizing the research aspects that have direct clinical implications. For this new edition he has included tables to facilitate the differential diagnosis of ataxias of the cerebellum and added material on cerebellar disorders occurring in children.

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Peripheral Central Vertigo Often intermittent; severe Often constant; usually less severe Nystagmus Always present; unidirectional, never vertical May be absent; uni- or bidirectional, may be vertical Hearing loss or tinnitus Often present Rarely present Intrinsic brainstem or cerebellar signs 1 Absent Typically present. Sign In. Username Error: Please enter User Name.