Acute cerebellitis in paediatric patients: Our experience

  title={Acute cerebellitis in paediatric patients: Our experience},
  author={Juan Pablo Garc{\'i}a-I{\~n}iguez and Francisco Javier L{\'o}pez-Pis{\'o}n and P. Madurga Revilla and Inmaculada Montejo Ga{\~n}{\'a}n and Mercedes Dom{\'i}nguez Cajal and L. Monge Galindo and S. B. S{\'a}nchez Marco and Mar{\'i}a Concepci{\'o}n Garc{\'i}a Jim{\'e}nez},
  journal={Neurolog{\'i}a (English Edition)},
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