Cerebellum, Psychiatry & Routine Disorders. Dr Khalid Mansour Locum Consultant Psychiatrist Northgate Hospital. Cerebellum and Psychiatric Disorders: Introduction. Traditionally: cerebellum > posture, balance, motor control (Flourens, 1824).
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Cerebellum, Psychiatry & Routine Disorders
Dr Khalid Mansour
Locum Consultant Psychiatrist
Structural anatomy: Cortex and White matter
Micrograph of the cerebellar cortex showing its three layers (molecular layer, Purkinje cells layer and granule cell layer) and its meningeal coverings (pia mater and arachnoid mater). H&E stain.
Eccles, Ito & Szentagothai (1967);
A- Psychological Studies of Normal Individuals with Reduced Cerebellar Volume
B- Cerebellar Abnormalities in Schizophrenia:
C- Cerebellar Abnormalities in Autism:
D- Cerebellar Abnormalities in other psychiatric disorders:
(4) Psychiatric Aspects of Cerebellar Disorders