Charcot's neurologic triad
The Charcot's triad I ( engl. Charcot 's triad 1 ) refers to a symptom complex neurology of nystagmus, intention tremor, and staccato ( skandierender ) language. It is named after the French neurologist Jean -Martin Charcot. The neurological Charcot's triad is specific for disorders of the cerebellum, for example, demyelination in the cerebellum which sclerosis in about 15% of Multiple sufferers occur.