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Cerebellar function test

Cerebellar function test

Cerebellar function test: The cerebellar function test is used to monitor the patient's sense of equilibrium, which includes the patient's gait (walk), their ability to stand upright with eyes closed (Romberg test), touch finger to nose, and move their heel to opposite knee while lying down.

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