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1,951 Possible Causes for Cerebellar Disease, Generalized Rhythmic Slowing, Prominent Sulci

  • Alzheimer Disease

    CONCLUSIONS: Florbetapir PET can be used to detect increased cerebral-to-cerebellar fibrillar Aβ burden in a Down syndrome patient with Alzheimer disease, even in the presence[] Clinical, neuropsychological and MR imaging data were indicative of early-onset Alzheimer disease.[] Eva Braak, Kimihito Arai and Heiko Braak, Cerebellar Involvement in Pick's Disease: Affliction of Mossy Fibers, Monodendritic Brush Cells, and Dentate Projection Neurons,[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Stroke

    , cerebrovascular, acute) 434.91 cerebrovascular (current) (CVA) (see also Disease, cerebrovascular, acute) 434.91 Deficit Infarct, infarction brain (stem) 434.91 cerebellar[] Cerebellar Infarction and Hemorrhage -- 77. Nontraumatic Intracranial Arterial Dissection -- 78. Interventional Neuroradiologic Therapy -- 79.[] […] anterior cerebral circulation infarction ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 434.91 : Accident, accidental - see also condition cerebral (see also Disease[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Dementia

    Abstract Celiac disease (CD) long has been associated with neurologic and psychiatric disorders including cerebellar ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, epilepsy, dementia, and[] .: Anti-GAD antibody cerebellar ataxia mimicking Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Clin Neurol Neurosurg 2007, 109: 54–57. PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 29.[] Bürk K, Bösch S, Müller CA, Melms A, Zühlke C, Stern M et al (2001) Sporadic cerebellar ataxia associated with gluten sensitivity.[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Parenchymatous Cortical Cerebellar Degeneration

    Diseases and Injuries Ataxia, ataxy, ataxic 781.3 cerebellar 334.3 in alcoholism 303.9 [ 334.4 ] myxedema (see also Myxedema) 244.9 [ 334.4 ] neoplastic disease NEC 239.9[] Characteristic features include prominent cerebral sulci (i.e. cortical atrophy) and v entriculomegaly (i.e. central atrophy) without bulging of the third ventricular recesses[] […] of the cortical sulci is an inherited (autosomal dominant) condition that predominately involves men presents in early to middle adult years with dementia and typical chloroform[]

    Missing: Generalized Rhythmic Slowing
  • Meningoencephalitis

    MRI of the brain showed some effacement of cortical sulci, rendering the vessels prominent, with increased T2-weighted signal diffusely scattered throughout both hemispheres[]

    Missing: Cerebellar Disease
  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    Differential Diagnosis Intracranial Hemmorhage Stroke Cerebral Venous Thrombosis Delirium Tremens Hepatic Encephalopathy Intracranial Space Occupying Lesions Cerebellar Disease[] If left undiagnosed and untreated, the disease may be fatal.[] […] bodies Differential diagnosis Alcohol / drug intoxication Bilateral paramedian thalamic infarcts Other causes of acute encephalopathy (viral encephalitis, demyelinating disease[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Acute Intermittent Porphyria

    Cerebellar atrophy was noted in advanced disease stages.[] Clinical features were childhood-onset slowly progressive spastic paraparesis, cerebellar ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, and in 2 patients, optic atrophy as well as vertical[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    […] ataxia (in cases of hypothyroidism, celiac disease or hyperthermia).[] […] end-stage liver disease.[] […] sensitive end-respiratory disorders. [2], [9] The clinical presentation may sometimes include extrapyramidal signs (in cases of hyperbilirubinemia or kernicterus) as well as cerebellar[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Toxic Encephalopathy

    In addition, toxic encephalopathy can also manifest through a specific subset of symptoms, such as cerebellar dysfunction (gait disturbances, ataxia, nystagmus, etc.) in methyl[] […] ataxia (in cases of hypothyroidism, celiac disease or hyperthermia).[] […] mercury (known as Minamata disease), methyl bromide, or organic tin toxicity, whereas chronic exposure to manganese produces Parkinson-like complaints accompanied by psychosis[]

    Missing: Prominent Sulci
  • Hypoglycemia

    , Jane M. Hawdon , Anthony F. Williams , Albert Aynsley-Green , Martin P. Ward-Platt , Robert Schwartz , Satish C. Kalhan Abstract The definition of clinically significant hypoglycemia remains one of the most confused and contentious issues in contemporary neonatology. In this article, some of the reasons for these[…][]

    Missing: Cerebellar Disease Prominent Sulci