Patient with nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and headache. No trauma.
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Signal hyperintensity area on T2-weighted sequences and restriction following on DWI, affecting the left cerebellar hemisphere ipsilateral cerebellar peduncle and medium without significant related mass effect.
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Cerebellar ischemic injury can cause dizziness or vertigo, nausea, hearing loss, unsteadiness, weakness, tinnitus, difficulty walking and other symptoms. Including vision may be blurred and can also affect the coordination of movements.
Treatment depends on the nature and severity of symptoms, often passing by a multidisciplinary evaluation.
In this case, the ischaemic lesion mainly located in the left AICA vascular territory, was treated conservatively.
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