Neuropsychological consequences of cerebellar tumour resection in children: cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome in a paediatric population.

@article{Levisohn2000NeuropsychologicalCO,
  title={Neuropsychological consequences of cerebellar tumour resection in children: cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome in a paediatric population.},
  author={L Levisohn and Alice Cronin-Golomb and Jeremy D. Schmahmann},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={123 ( Pt 5)},
  pages={1041-50}
}
Acquired cerebellar lesions in adults have been shown to produce impairments in higher function as exemplified by the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. It is not yet known whether similar findings occur in children with acquired cerebellar lesions, and whether developmental factors influence their presentation. In studies to date, survivors of childhood cerebellar tumours who demonstrate long-term deficits in cognitive functions have undergone surgery as well as cranial irradiation or… CONTINUE READING
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