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Background: The aim of this prospective study was to investigate clinical deficits of patients with isolated cerebellar stroke applying a dedicated clinical score, the modified International Cooperative Ataxia Rating Scale (MICARS) and identifying factors that influence recovery.
Methods: Fifteen patients with acute isolated cerebellar stroke received a standard stroke MRI on the day of admission and were clinically assessed using the mRS, NIHSS and the modified International Cooperative Ataxia Rating Scale (MICARS) on day 1, 3, 7, 30, and 90. A generalized linear model for repeated measures was employed to analyze the effect of stroke lesion location, volume, days after stroke, patient age, and MICARS score at admission on the total MICARS score.
Results: Median patient age was 54 years, lesion location in most cases was right (87%) and in the PICA territory (11/15). Median lesion volume was 3.2 ml. Median NIHSS was 1. The median MICARS decreased from on day 1 with 23–4 at day 90. The generalized linear model identified MICARS score at day 1, lesion location, days after admission and the interaction of the last two on the total MICARS score, whereas there was no significant effect of stroke volume or patient age.
Conclusions: Isolated cerebellar stroke can present with low NIHSS while more specific scales like the MICARS indicate a severe deficit. Patient age at onset of stroke and lesion volume had no significant effect on recovery from cerebellar symptoms as opposed to severity of symptoms at admission and lesion location.
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