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My neurologist said tremors, speaking issues and unsteady gait were due to nerves in my brain. Is there a medical term for this?
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Dr. George Valdez
Family Medicine
6 doctors agree
In brief: Parkinsons?
One of the more common types of this issue is parkinson's, but you should ask your doctor what the exact diagnosis is.

In brief: Parkinsons?
One of the more common types of this issue is parkinson's, but you should ask your doctor what the exact diagnosis is.
Dr. George Valdez
Dr. George Valdez
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Dr. Philip Chao
Radiology
In brief: Tremors
Dysarthria and gait disturbance point to possible posterior fossa problems.
Could be ischemic or possible a tumor or some other degenerative condition. You need a special MRI scan with special attention to the posterior fossa - 70559 with and without contrast. Some causes of posterior fossa symptoms are seen only after contrast administration.. Contrast can change the diagnosis in 1/4 cases.

In brief: Tremors
Dysarthria and gait disturbance point to possible posterior fossa problems.
Could be ischemic or possible a tumor or some other degenerative condition. You need a special MRI scan with special attention to the posterior fossa - 70559 with and without contrast. Some causes of posterior fossa symptoms are seen only after contrast administration.. Contrast can change the diagnosis in 1/4 cases.
Dr. Philip Chao
Dr. Philip Chao
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