Ataxia and tremor due to lesions involving cerebellar projection pathways: a DTI tractographic study in six patients

@article{Marek2014AtaxiaAT,
  title={Ataxia and tremor due to lesions involving cerebellar projection pathways: a DTI tractographic study in six patients},
  author={Milena Marek and S Paus and Niels Allert and Burkhard M{\"a}dler and Thomas Klockgether and Horst Urbach and Volker Arnd Coenen},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2014},
  volume={262},
  pages={54-58}
}
Focal lesions of brainstem, thalamus, and subcortical white matter may cause movement disorders that are clinically indistinguishable from cerebellar symptoms. It is suspected that ataxia in these cases is due to damage of efferent or afferent pathways of the cerebellum. However, the precise anatomical correlate often remains undefined. We used deterministic diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging (DTI) tractography to study the anatomical relationship between lesions causing ataxia and… CONTINUE READING
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