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267 Possible Causes for Chiari Malformation Type 1

  • Cough Headache

    S: 1491, 2002 Koch CA, Heiss JD, Pacak K, Krakoff J, Winer KK, Wassermann EM: Chiari malformation type 1 and osteoporosis. Neurosurg Rev 23:171-172, 2000[] The syndrome of cough headache is symptomatic in about 40% of cases, and the majority of patients in whom this is so have Arnold-Chiari malformation type I.[] Ten were found subsequently to have posterior fossa pathologies (secondary cough headache: 8 Chiari Type 1 malformations, 2 posterior fossa meningiomas).[]

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

    We report 3 patients who complained of positional vertigo shortly after head trauma. Positional maneuvers performed in the plane of the posterior canal (PC; Dix-Hallpike maneuver) and the horizontal canal (HC; patients were rolled to either side in a supine position with the head raised 30 degrees) revealed a[…][]

  • Syringomyelia

    We report an adolescent with Chiari malformation type 1 with syringomyelia who presented with neuropathic pain, dysesthesia, and absent triceps (C7) reflex.[] Chiari Malformation Type 1 The most common condition associated with syringomyelia is the Chiari malformation Type I.[] As a consequence, intracranial hypotension is less recognized as a potential cause of syringomyelia or mistaken with Chiari type 1 malformation.[]

  • Hemiplegia

    Confirmation by magnetic resonance imaging of Bell's cruciate paralysis in a young child with Chiari type I malformation and minor head trauma.[] J Neurosurg (Spine 1) 2004; 1 : 72–79. 21 Erlich V, Snow R, Heiler L.[]

  • Breath-Holding Spell

    1. Lombroso, CT, Lerman, P. Breath holding spells (cyanotic and pallid infantile syncope). Pediatrics 1967 ; 39: 563 – 581 Google Scholar Medline ISI 2. Laxdal, T, Gomez, MR, Reiher, J. Cyanotic and pallid syncopal attacks in children (breath holding spells). Developmental Medicine in Child Neurology 1969 ; 11: 755 – 763 Google[…][]

  • Intracranial Hypertension

    Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in meningitis caused by Cryptococcus gattii in immunocompetent patients after initiation of antifungal therapy appears to be the result of paradoxical antifungal treatment-induced clinical deterioration due to improved local immune responses to cryptococcal organisms.[…][]

  • Torticollis

    The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-American Volume. 83(5):679–687, MAY 2001 PMID: 11379737 Issn Print: 0021-9355 Publication Date: 2001/05/01 Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid Abstract The natural history of congenital muscular torticollis and the outcome of different treatment modalities have been[…][]

  • Familial Lambdoid Synostosis

    Clinics in Developmental Medicine No. 163 Children with craniosynostosis are born with congenital deformities of the face and skull. In severe cases associated problems are common. The child who is not properly cared for can end up blind, deaf and with severe learning difficulties. In addition, they may be left with[…][]

  • Arnold-Chiari Malformation Type I

    Prognosis - Arnold-Chiari malformation- type 1 Treatment - Arnold-Chiari malformation- type 1 Resources - Arnold-Chiari malformation- type 1[] Keywords Arnold-Chiari malformation type I - foramen magnum - minimally invasive surgical procedures - neuroendoscopy - syringomyelia[] […] neurologically symptomatic cases of syringomyelia associated with Arnold Chiari malformation type I have been reported. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Posterior fossa craniectomy (foramen[]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia

    ATP1A3, the gene encoding the α3-subunit of the Na( ) /K( ) -ATPase pump, has been involved in four clinical neurological entities: (1) alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC); (2) rapid-onset dystonia parkinsonism (RDP); (3) CAPOS (cerebellar ataxia, areflexia, pes cavus, optic atrophy, sensorineural hearing loss)[…][]

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