Chiari


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Chi·a·ri

(kē-ah'rē),

Chi·a·ri

(kē-ah'rē),
Johann B., German obstetrician, 1817-1854. See: Chiari-Frommel syndrome.
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This article describes Chiari I malformation found in the adult, commonly associated syringohydromyelia (syrinx), presenting signs and symptoms, operative treatment, and nursing care.
Taylor from Craigantlet, Co Down, is booked into a clinic in Barcelona, the world's leading specialist in Chiari Malformation type 1, and has a little over four months to raise the PS25,000 needed to cover the costs.
The eight-year-old suffers from Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia, leaving her with slurred speech, in near-constant pain and unable to play with her friends.
Known as chiari malformation, the illness means the 39-year-old's brain tissue is larger than average, and extends into her spinal canal.
The Dinas Powys resident was diagnosed with chiari malformation which caused her brain to outgrow her skull.
We report a case of Charcot elbow joint as the initial symptom in Chiari malformation with syringomyelia.
3), and one had a Chiari II malformation associated with a myelomeningocele.
Chiari malformations are a heterogeneous group of congenital disorders that are defined by anatomic anomalies of the cerebellum, brainstem, and craniocervical junction, with downward displacement of the cerebellum, either alone or together with the lower medulla, into the spinal canal.
Doctors told 19-year-old Lucy McClymont she was born with Chiari malformation after finding it by chance while carrying out an MRI scan.
Diagnosed towards the end of September with Chiari Maleformation, Alfie's brain was growing against his skull and being pushed into his spine.
They address its anatomy and physiology, the neuropathology of human hydrocephalus, animal models, genetics, and epidemiology; the pathophysiology of gait dysfunction, cognitive dysfunction, and incontinence, as well as grading scales; diagnosis, differential diagnosis, imaging, monitoring, and cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers; treatment (shunt procedures and endoscopic third ventriculostomy), complications, and outcomes; and associated conditions like hemorrhage, infection, malignancy, cerebrospinal fluid leaks, congenital hydrocephalus, cerebrospinal fluid pathologies, Chiari malformation, and pseudotumor cerebri syndrome.