Recent years have seen major advances in the understanding of motor
and non-motor operations of the cerebellum, including its role in
cognition, and important discoveries in the genetics of the
cerebellar ataxias. This is a comprehensive text on the cerebellum
and its disorders. It ranges from embryology and basic neuroanatomy
to a thorough survey of the sporadic and hereditary disorders of
the cerebellum. Models of cerebellar function and
clinical-pathophysiological correlations are thoroughly covered,
and there is an extensive and authoritative review of recent
advances in the genetics of cerebellar diseases. The chapters are
written by the leading international authorities on the cerebellum,
including many of those who made fundamental discoveries in the
field. The first comprehensive text on the cerebellum to be
published for many years, this book will be essential reading for a
wide range of basic and clinical neuroscientists, neurologists and
others studying or treating cerebellar disorders.
Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
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• Massimo Pandolfo
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