Table 69.2Localization of Cerebellar Symptoms

Limb ataxia (especially upper limbs) and hypotoniaLateral lobes
Disturbed equilibrium—truncal ataxia: drunken gait, titubation of head and trunkFlocculonodular lobe
Gait ataxia: inability to do tandem walkingAnterior lobe

From: Chapter 69, The Cerebellum

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