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Cerebellar ataxia
ICD-10 G111-G113
ICD-9 334.3
OMIM [1]
DiseasesDB 2218
MedlinePlus 001397
eMedicine /
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Cerebellar ataxia is a form of ataxia originating in the cerebellum.[1]

A rare disease of the rhombencephalon, "rhombencephalosynapsis" is characterized by a missing vermis resulting in a fused cerebellum. Patients generally present with cerebellar ataxia.

Assessment[edit | edit source]

Romberg's test can be used to distinguish cerebellar ataxia from other forms of ataxia.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. BBC NEWS. URL accessed on 2007-07-29.


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