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Figure 1 | Cerebellum & Ataxias

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From: The enigmatic linguistic cerebellum: clinical relevance and unanswered questions on nonmotor speech and language deficits in cerebellar disorders

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A-H: Brain MRI. Axial Flair slices showing a right cerebellar-pontine infarction in the vascular territory of the superior cerebellar artery (SCA). No structural damage was observed at the supratentorial level (from [21]). I: Quantified ECD-SPECT. SPECT performed 5 weeks post-stroke reveals the phenomenon of crossed cerebello-cerebral diaschisis as reflected by a hypoperfusion in the right cerebellar hemisphere and a distant significant decrease of cerebral blood flow in the left medial frontal area (from [21]).

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