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1

what are the symptoms of superior cerebellar artery syndrome?

1. ipsilateral dysmetria, limb ataxia 2. contralateral pain and temperature loss 3. contralateral superior oblique paralysis 4. ipsilateral Horner's syndrome (ptosis, constricted pupil, flushed dry face)

2

what is the lesion associated with Huntington's chorea?

1. caudate and putamen primarily 2. also affects substantia nigra

3

what is the lesion associated with hemiballism?

subthalamic nucleus

4

what are the signs and symptoms of midline (vermal) cerebellar lesions?

clinical depression, hypotonia, and ataxia

5

what are the signs and symptoms of lateral (hemispheric) cerebellar lesions?

deficiency in spacial orientation, dysmetria,