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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In her Introduction, Chiari announces that the collection's overall argument 'is that, in the age of Shakespeare, ideas were digested, transformed and turned upside down' (p.
We report a case of Charcot elbow joint as the initial symptom in Chiari malformation with syringomyelia.
Chiari malformation is a congenital anomaly resulting in various grades of hind brain herniation through foramen magnum.
3), and one had a Chiari II malformation associated with a myelomeningocele.
"Evaristo Garcia" y a la Clinica Amiga Comfandi de Cali, Colombia; en cuanto a biopsia esterotactica, craneosinostosis, dolor discogenico multinivel, meningiomas petroclivales, malformacion de Chiari III y Sindrome de Gilles de la Tourette.
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.1 The major categories of symptoms of Chiari malformations are those related to obstructive hydrocephalus, abnormal eye movements, cerebellar deficits, and spinal myelomeningocele.1
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.
Eleanor Canright Chiari, Undoing Time: The Cultural Memory of an Italian Prison, Peter Lang: Bern, 2012; 243 pp.: 9783034302562, $64.95
CLH associated with Chiari type 1 Malformation (CM-1) has been described in only one case report in the relevant literature (3).
Objective: The Chiari Symptom Profile (CSP) was developed to provide a quantitative assessment of self-reported Chiari (CMI)-related symptoms and their impact on the individual's quality of life.
(3) CSF studies also provide a better understanding of the pathophysiology of Chiari I malformation regarding the spatial and temporal foramen magnum CSF flow patterns (Figs 1c - e).
This condition is usually caused by spinal-cord trauma, tumors of the spinal cord or birth defects, notably Chiari malformation.