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Stroke

Cerebellum Atrophy

11/12/2004

Question:

I have "titubation" or a bobbing motion of the head or trunk.

Answer:

It sounds like you're asking for a specific diagnosis, which is more than I can provide online. Only a detailed history and physical exam by a healthcare professional can provide enough information to make a specific diagnosis. Please discuss your concerns with your healthcare provider.  I would suggest that you see a neurologist, and you might be best served seeing someone with expertise in movement disorders.

 

I hope this helps.

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Response by:

Brett   Kissela, MD Brett Kissela, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Director, Neurology Residency Program
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati