Cerebral Hypoxia

Cerebral hypoxia, or hypoxic brain injury, is a serious condition in which the brain is partially private from oxygen. In the most severe cases, it leases to deep brain injury. Many people make a confusion between anoxic brain injury and hypoxic brain injury, but the two are different conditions. In anoxic brain injury, no oxygen … Read more…

Cerebellar Stroke Syndrome

The cerebellar stroke syndrome is a serious condition in which the circulation of blood to the cerebellum is impaired. This happens due to a lesion formed on the superior cerebellar artery. Commonly, a cerebellar stroke occurs when the blood supply for the brain is interrupted. In the lack of oxygen and nutrients, loss of important … Read more…

Cerebellar Tumors

The cerebellum is the second largest part of the brain. The cerebellum is located in the back of the skull, above the brain stem. This part of the brain is responsible with posture, balance, as well as equilibrium. The cerebellum controls movements, walking and talking. Some of the most serious conditions that can affect the … Read more…