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293 Possible Causes for Platybasia

  • Acromegaly

    The orbital asymmetry coexisted with platybasia and hypoplasia of the occipital condyles and the odontoid process.[]

  • Klippel-Feil Syndrome

    A case is presented of a 35-year-old woman diagnosed with platybasia associated with Klippel-Feil syndrome type I.[] The Klippel-Feil deformity is a complex of osseous and visceral anomalies, which include low hairline, platybasia, fused cervical vertebrae with a short neck, and deafness[] CT of the craniocervical junction showed platybasia, congenital fusion of the second and third cervical vertebrae, and basilar invagination of dens axis.[]

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Magnetic resonance imaging revealed Arnold-Chiari malformation associated with platybasia, basilar impression, syringomyelia and Klippel-Feil syndrome.[] .: Neurological significance of platybasia. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. 44: 1184–1198, 1940. Google Scholar Ingraham, F. D., Scott, H.[] […] the size of the syrinx can diminish following appropriate ACM surgical correction.[ 26 28 45 ] ACM-1 is also commonly associated with scoliosis, kyphosis, hydrocephalus, platybasia[]

  • Osteitis Deformans

    Pagetic involvement at the base of the skull may lead to basilar invagination or platybasia with consequent compression of structures in the posterior fossa, spinal cord or[] […] associated with high output congestive heart failure due to shunting of blood through warm skin (bone is hypervascular and hot) Leontiasis ossea : cranium too heavy to lift Platybasia[]

  • Polyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia

    Skull and facial bones Carpenter syndrome - Craniodiaphyseal dysplasia - Craniosynostosis ( Scaphocephaly ) - Crouzon syndrome - Hypertelorism - Macrocephaly - Oxycephaly - Platybasia[]

  • Syringomyelia

    Bony abnormalities include the following: Small posterior fossa Platybasia and basilar invagination Assimilation of the atlas Soft-tissue masses of abnormal nature include[]

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta

    - Multiple scalloped, radiolucent areas with radiodense rims Skull changes - Wormian bones (see the second image below), enlargement of frontal and mastoid sinuses, and platybasia[] […] callus formation and popcorn bones - Multiple scalloped, radiolucent areas with radiodense rims Skull changes - Wormian bones enlargement of frontal and mastoid sinuses, and platybasia[]

  • Movement Disorder

    Computed tomography showed the absence of a spinous process of C5, fusion of the body of C5-C6 vertebrae, hypoplastic dens and platybasia of the posterior cranial fossa.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    It has been suggested that overweight and obese individuals have an increased risk to develop vitamin D deficiency, commonly associated with poor muscle performance. The relationship among fat mass, vitamin D status, and skeletal muscle is still debated. To evaluate the effects of the combination of hypovitaminosis D[…][]

  • Renal Coloboma Syndrome

    Additionally, this girl developed hydrocephalus associated with platybasia and a Chiari 1 malformation.[]

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