They address clinical manifestations such as hemiparesis and other types of motor weakness, sensory abnormalities, cerebellar ataxia, cognitive and behavioral manifestations, headache, visual dysfunction and symptoms, vestibular syndromes and vertigo, auditory disorders, abnormal movements, seizures, sleep-wake disturbances, coma and abnormal consciousness, aphasia, agitation and delirium, memory loss, dementia, mood disorders, muscle and peripheral nerve manifestations, cardiac and autonomic manifestations, dysarthria, dysphagia and aspiration, and respiratory dysfunction, and various vascular topographic syndromes and their clinical manifestations, pathogenesis, imaging, complications, and other facets.
What does CLA stand for?
CLA stands for Cerebellar Ataxia
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Among various neuropsychiatric manifestations/sequelae of malaria GBS like polyneuropathy, acute and delayed cerebellar ataxia, periodic paralysis are reported mainly from Indian subcontinent1-3.
CAG repeat expansion in the TATA box binding protein gene causes autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia.
Characterised by acute onset of severe convulsions leading to rapid intellectual and bodily breakdown, other symptoms can include blindness and deafness, myoclonus, spasticity, choroathetosis, cerebellar ataxia and growth retardation.
Cathy, 55, has injured herself in 100 falls over four years after being struck by the rare illness cerebellar ataxia.
Cathy Barnwell, 55, has fallen flat on her face more than 100 times in the past four years due to cerebellar ataxia - which affects around 2000 people in the UK.
Mrs Brennan, also 51, has a condition called cerebellar ataxia, which causes unsteadiness and reduces her balance.
Presynaptic inhibition of cerebellar GABAergic transmission by glutamate decarboxylase autoantibodies in progressive cerebellar ataxia.