Idiopathic cerebellar ataxia (IDCA) With pure cerebellar syndrome (IDCA-C)
With additional noncerebellar symptoms or multiple system atrophy (IDCA-P/MSA) Symptomatic ataxias
Alcaholism (alcoholic cerebellar degeneration) Toxins (antiepileptics, lithium, solvents) Malignancy (paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration) Malabsorption (acquired vitamin E deficiency) Hypothyroidism
Physical causes (heat stroke, hyperthermia)
TABLE 35-2 -- INHERITED ATAXIAS AND ASSOCIATED CHROMOSOME AND GENETIC MUTATIONS
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