Utilização dos movimentos oculares no tratamento da ataxia cerebelar na Doença de Machado-Joseph

Autores

  • Willy Griner Vel Rotnes Graduado em Fisioterapia pela Unibennett – Metodista do Rio.
  • Marco Orsini Professor Titular de Neurologia – UNIFESO e Doutorando em Neurociências, UFF.
  • Victor Hugo Bastos Doutorando em Mapeamento Cerebral, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ.
  • Marcos R.G. de Freitas Professor Titular e Chefe do Serviço de Neurologia da UFF
  • Osvaldo Nascimento Professor Titular de Neurologia e Responsável pela Pós-Graduação em Neurologia, UFF.
  • Mariana Pimentel de Mello Aluna de Iniciação Científica – Serviço de Neurologia, UFF.
  • Júlia Fernandes Eigenheer Fisioterapeuta – ESEHA e Graduanda em Medicina, UNIGRANRIO.
  • Carlos Henrique Melo Reis Professor de Neurologia Clínica – UNIG e Assistente do Serviço de Neurologia, UFF.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2008.v16.8665

Palavras-chave:

Doença de Machado-Joseph, Ataxia cerebelar, Reabilitação

Resumo

A Doença de Machado-Joseph (DMJ) é considerada uma doença hereditária progressiva, categorizada como uma ataxia cerebelar autossômica dominante (ACAD). As ACAD têm em comum, basicamente, as manifestações de ataxia progressiva, deterioração no equilíbrio, na coordenação e distúrbios oculares. Este trabalho tem como objetivo propor uma estratégia fisioterapêutica específica, utilizando os movimentos oculares, para a ataxia cerebelar de indivíduos com DMJ. A reintegração e funcionalização de determinadas
áreas do tronco cerebral e cerebelo através da utilização dos movimentos oculares parece ser uma estratégia que pode apresentar resultados significativos de melhora funcional ou de amenizar a progressão da doença nesses indivíduos.

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2008-03-31

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Rotnes, W. G. V., Orsini, M., Bastos, V. H., Freitas, M. R. de, Nascimento, O., Mello, M. P. de, … Reis, C. H. M. (2008). Utilização dos movimentos oculares no tratamento da ataxia cerebelar na Doença de Machado-Joseph. Revista Neurociências, 16(1), 53–61. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2008.v16.8665

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