How do we explain a patient having a normal finger to nose test but also having dysdiadochokinesia and romberg positive?

How do we explain a patient having a normal finger to nose test but also having dysdiadochokinesia and romberg' positive?

Authored By malek ahmad on Friday 25th January 2013

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Dr Kannuvellil E Rajan
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Posted over 6 years ago

The following answer/comments are based on the given clinical data in the question.

First point: Romberg's test (sign) is not a test of cerebellar function, as it is commonly misconstrued. Patients with cerebellar

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