Cerebellopsychosis

Authors

  • Varsha Galipelli RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana
  • J Sharanya RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana
  • Rishi Raj Mohammed RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52314/tjima.2023.v3i2.131

Keywords:

Cerebellum, Psychosis, Motor Control, Cognition, Emotions

Abstract

This case report explores the intricate relationship between the cerebellum and psychosis, aiming to elucidate the role of this brain region in the manifestation of psychotic disorders. While traditionally associated with motor control and coordination, emerging research suggests the cerebellum's involvement in cognitive and emotional processes. We delve into neuroanatomical and functional findings, highlighting the cerebellum's connectivity with cerebral regions implicated in psychosis. Understanding the cerebellum's contribution to psychosis may offer novel insights into the etiology and treatment of psychotic disorders, paving the way for targeted therapeutic interventions.

Author Biographies

Varsha Galipelli, RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana

Junior Resident, Department of Psychiatry

J Sharanya, RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry


Rishi Raj Mohammed, RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Telangana

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry

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Published

2023-12-21

How to Cite

Galipelli, V. ., Sharanya, J., & Mohammed, R. R. . (2023). Cerebellopsychosis. Telangana Journal of IMA, 3(2), 42–44. https://doi.org/10.52314/tjima.2023.v3i2.131

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Case report / Case Series