Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 8 (“SCA-8”). The Cognitive and Psychiatric Profile. Lorna Torrens, Elaine Burns, Jon Stone, Mary Porteous, Adam Zeman, Helen Wright Robert Fergusson Unit, Royal Edinburgh Hospital; Western General Hospital, Edinburgh. Case History - Referral, 1998.
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Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 8(“SCA-8”)
The Cognitive and Psychiatric Profile
Lorna Torrens, Elaine Burns, Jon Stone, Mary Porteous, Adam Zeman, Helen Wright
Robert Fergusson Unit, Royal Edinburgh Hospital; Western General Hospital, Edinburgh
but < 20th centile on:
Wisconsin (‘very poor’)
SCA- 8: Mean Scores
Controls: Mean Scores
Average WAIS III Index Scores
SCA- 8 (Atrophy): CB
PFSIQ: SCA-8 vs Controls
Mean Executive Function Tests: SCA-8 vs Controls
Stroop:SCA-8 vs Controls
COWAT: SCA-8 vs Controls
TEA: SCA-8 vs
Hayling: SCA-8 vs
Brixton: SCA-8 vs
Is there an “affective” component?
HADS - Depression
HADS - Anxiety