Cerebellar Hemorrhage / Infarction Quiz

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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction?

Cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction or cerebellar stroke is a type of stroke involving the posterior part of the brain, specifically the cerebellum. This results in deficits in motor and balance control. It can occur secondary to trauma or rupture of blood vessels the brain due to hypertension or small vessel disease. It is more common in middle aged and older individuals.

Symptoms of cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Difficulty in walking

  • Sensation of imbalance as if floating when at sea

  • Slurred speech

  • Dizziness

  • I feel like I'm spinning around / vertigo

  • Walking has become so unsteady that I always need to hold onto something for support

  • Headache

Questions your doctor may ask to check for cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction

  • Do you have nausea or vomiting?

  • Do you have any difficulty walking?

  • Do you feel like you are floating / off-balance like you are at sea?

  • Do you have slurred speech?

  • Are you feeling dizzy right now?

Treatment for cerebellar hemorrhage / infarction

This is an emergency medical condition. Treatment depends on the severity. Mild cases recover completely in a few weeks and can be managed conservatively along with physical therapy. Severe cases require surgery followed by physical therapy.

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Shohei Harase

Shohei Harase, MD (Neurology)

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