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AVC cérébelleux et troubles cognitifs : revue systématique de littérature

Abstract : In recent years, numerous studies have shown that the cerebellum plays an essential role in motor behavior as well as non-motor behavior. Lesions of the vermis and posterior cerebellum can lead to cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome (CCAS or Schmahmann syndrome) which includes disorders of executive functions, memory, spatial cognition, behavior and language. Through this literature review, we were able to highlight the existence of CCAS following a cerebellar stroke. Thus, thanks to the lesions found, we were able to make the links between the anatomo-clinical cerebellar pathways and the different cognitive typologies.
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Alban Detroussel. AVC cérébelleux et troubles cognitifs : revue systématique de littérature. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03538129⟩

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