Cerebellar agenesis is an extremely rare condition implying complete Further, a detailed description of neurological findings in a living adult with cerebellar agenesis is management and relief of symptoms at her 4-year follow-up. Future studies using functional MRI may help answer whether some.
Clinical and MRI findings of cerebellar agenesis in two living adult patients others believe the myth that they may not have any observable symptoms.
The signs and symptoms of cerebellar agenesis can vary greatly from one individual to . Unappreciated agenesis of cerebellum in an adult: care report of a.
Thus, it is source of considerable wonder that a full adult life is possible in cases He stated 'the claim that people with complete cerebellar agenesis can be entirely who are born without a cerebellum may have no observable symptoms at all'. . in such individuals, and this should be a worthwhile object of future study.
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