by Moncef BERHOUMA  MD, MSc, FEBNS; Department of Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, University Hospital of Lyon, France, berhouma.moncef@gmail.com


CASE DESCRIPTION

 
A 36-year-old woman without any medical history except a controlled arterial hypertension presented to the outpatient clinic for a recent left facial paresis and dizziness.  The neurological examination revealed a cerebellar ataxia. The general physical examination was normal.

* 1. What are the possible lesional locations?

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