Cerebellar Agenesis

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Cerebellar Agenesis

Cerebellar Agenesis is a rare condition in which the patient has very little cerebellar tissue. The cerebellum (made up of cerebellar tissue) is the part at the back of the brain that controls coordination and balance. Cerebellar angenesis may cause uncontrollable quivering, involuntary eye movements, and inability to control your muscles. This is a very rare condition, and thus treatment varies on a case-by-case basis.

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Scientific Literature

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The terms "Cerebellar Agenesis" returned 5 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Both rare and de novo copy number variants are prevalent in agenesis of the corpus callosum but not in cerebellar hypoplasia or polymicrogyria.
 

Author(s): Samin A Sajan, Liliana Fernandez, Sahar Esmaeeli Nieh, Eric Rider, Polina Bukshpun, Mari Wakahiro, Susan L Christian, Jean-Baptiste Rivière, Christopher T Sullivan, Jyotsna Sudi, Michael J Herriges, Alexander R Paciorkowski, A James Barkovich, Joseph T Glessner, Kathleen J Millen, Hakon Hakonarson, William B Dobyns, Elliott H Sherr

Journal: PLoS Genet.. 2013 ;9(10):e1003823.

 

Agenesis of the corpus callosum (ACC), cerebellar hypoplasia (CBLH), and polymicrogyria (PMG) are severe congenital brain malformations with largely undiscovered causes. We conducted a large-scale chromosomal copy number variation (CNV) discovery effort in 255 ACC, 220 CBLH, and 147 ...

Last Updated: 7 Oct 2013

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Agenesis of posterior inferior cerebellar arteries in an asymptomatic adult with Dandy-Walker malformation.
 

Author(s): R O Domínguez, S E González, A Saenz Valiente, E Pinkala

Journal: Neurologia. 2012 Sep;27(7):445-6.

 

Last Updated: 27 Aug 2012

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Cerebellar agenesis revisited.
 

Author(s): C A R Boyd

Journal: Brain. 2010 Mar;133(Pt 3):941-4.

 

New clinical and employment information, together with over-looked previously published information, on a patient (H.C.) is reviewed. H.C., who died at the age of 76 in 1939, was found, by chance during anatomical dissection, to lack a cerebellum. This synthesis challenges an unusual ...

Last Updated: 22 Mar 2010

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