Table of Contents

PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS WITH CEREBELLAR INVOLVEMENT.
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT; Chapter 1.
Cerebellum.
small brain but large confusion: reappraisal 10 years later; Chapter 2.
The role of the cerebellum in higher cognitive and social functions in congenital and acquired diseases of developmental age; Chapter 3.
The cerebellum: semiotics and clinical approach to the patient; Chapter 4.
MRI of cerebellar malformations; Chapter 5.
Foetal MRI; Chapter 6.
Cerebellar malformations in the prenatal period.
The pathologist's role; Chapter 7.
Joubert syndrome Chapter 17.
Infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy: ""PLA2G6""-associated neurodegenerationChapter 18.
Autosomal recessive spastic ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay; Chapter 19.
Ataxic disorder in childhood: an approach providing assistance and motor rehabilitation; Chapter 20.
Diagnosis, management and rehabilitation strategies in patients with cerebellar disorders: visual function; Chapter 21.
Patients with cerebellar pathology.
Rehabilitation of cognitive functions Chapter 8.
Update on pontocerebellar hypoplasia: novel subtypes, genes and insightsChapter 9- X-linked disorders with cerebellar involvement; Chapter 10- The ever-expanding spectrum of congenital muscular dystrophies; Chapter 11- Cystic malformations of the posterior fossa; Chapter 12.
Cerebellar strokes in childhood; Chapter 13.
Cerebellar injury in preterm infants; Chapter 14.
Cerebellar tumours; Chapter 15.
Neuroradiological findings in paediatric cerebellar degenerative diseases; Chapter 16.
Ataxia-telangiectasia and ataxias with oculomotor apraxia An update on paediatric neurological disorders with cerebellar involvement in 4 main sections.