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Question by  hmg236 (30)

What are the risks of a swollen cerebellum?


Answer by  emhaskey (685)

Possible risks of a swollen cerebellum include persistent or permanent gross lack of coordinated movement, behavioral disorders, or other symptoms due to brain damage.


Answer by  bizgrad02 (103)

A swollen brain is nothing to play with. The most serious result is death. You could become retarded. It could also cause you to have speech problems and memory loss.


Answer by  Tracy74 (229)

The brain is also referred to as cerebellum. The risk are brain damage and death. If the brain is in a small space in the school held by fluid. If the brain swell it has only a little room to swell, then it will touch the skull and cause bleeding.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

Swelling of the cerebellum can be a matter of life and death. Brain tissue tends to die if not kept in its natural state.


Answer by  John (9008)

A swollen cerebellum is extremely dangerous and requires immediate medical attention. Death is a real danger. Severe brain damage is also possible, including being reduced to a vegetative state. Less severe problems, like speech limitations or memory issues, can also occur. With prompt treatment, there is sometimes no lasting damage.


Answer by  jaime24 (744)

The risks of a swollen cerebellum means that you have fluid on the brain. It can be very dangerous. Fluid on the brain can cause retardation, or even be fatal If the brain swells too much, it could crack your skull, and cause your skull to bleed. This is very dangerous.


Answer by  tman (1)

my dog had a swollen cerebellum he can move his legs but can't walk. is there a way i can help him walk i don't want to put him down

posted by Anonymous
Go see the Neurologist . I have just had my dog there and a course of steroids is being prescribed.  add a comment
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