Oculopalatal tremor explained by a model of inferior olivary hypertrophy and cerebellar plasticity

@inproceedings{Shaikh2010OculopalatalTE,
  title={Oculopalatal tremor explained by a model of inferior olivary hypertrophy and cerebellar plasticity},
  author={Aasef G. Shaikh and Simon Hong and Ke Liao and Jing Tian and David L. Solomon and David S. Zee and R. John Leigh and Lance M. Optican},
  booktitle={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2010}
}
The inferior olivary nuclei clearly play a role in creating oculopalatal tremor, but the exact mechanism is unknown. Oculopalatal tremor develops some time after a lesion in the brain that interrupts inhibition of the inferior olive by the deep cerebellar nuclei. Over time the inferior olive gradually becomes hypertrophic and its neurons enlarge developing abnormal soma-somatic gap junctions. However, results from several experimental studies have confounded the issue because they seem… CONTINUE READING

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