Cerebellar Lesions in RRMS Linked to Worsening Manual Dexterity

Cerebellar Lesions in RRMS Linked to Worsening Manual Dexterity

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Cerebellar Lesions in RRMS Linked to Worsening Manual Dexterity

The number of lesions affecting the cerebellum — a brain region responsible for coordinating voluntary movements and motor skills such as balance, coordination, and posture — predicts manual dexterity getting worse in people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), according to a retrospective analysis. The study, “Cerebellar pathology and disability worsening in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: a retrospective analysis from the CombiRx trial,” was published in the European Journal of Neurology. Cerebellar damage and shrinkage are valuable…

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