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Concering results of MRI, does anyone have experience with small cerebellum finding?

Had vestibular testing and MRI for periodic vertigo.  Diagnosis was vestibular neuritis with prescription of vestibular rehab to resolve the vertigo.  (also had this 10 years ago and neuro thinks I have started to decomensate)  However a secondary finding on the MRI was a small cerebellum inconsistent with my age (26).  I have no symptoms of ataxia.  Neuro recommended a follow up in 6 months.  I have had 2 prior head (not brain specific) MRI's and one head CT Scan with no mention of any of this.  So I am freaking out thinking there is something degenerative going on but don't have the typical signs of ataxia.
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