Gait in Cerebellar Disease


Cerebellum is closely involved in maintaining balance while walking. People suffering from cerebellar disease often present with imbalance while walking, which is referred to as gait ataxia. Cerebellar disease manifests with ipsilateral symptoms, which means that in a person with left sided cerebellar disease, the person would sway to left side while walking. In aContinue reading “Gait in Cerebellar Disease”

Large CP Angle tumor Presenting with Long-standing Deafness


40-year old gentleman presented with left-sided hearing loss, which slowly deteriorated over time. At the time of presentation, he was completely deaf. Other symptoms included mild dizziness and imbalance. On examination, he had left-sided sensori-neural hearing loss. Tandem gait was impaired. He had consulted several ENT doctors over the past 4 years, and he wasContinue reading “Large CP Angle tumor Presenting with Long-standing Deafness”

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