What are the signs and symptoms of cerebellar degeneration?
How might cerebellar degeneration be treated?
Studies have shown that many patients with movement disorders caused by damage to the cerebellum also have psychiatric symptoms. These studies suggest that patients with cerebellar diseases may benefit from screening and treatment of psychiatric symptoms.
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