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Factor analysis and validity tests were performed on the initial 70-item questionnaire using a convenience sample of eight adult patients (all over 17 years old) diagnosed with CMI by MRI criteria of tonsillar herniation of 5 mm or greater.
Death in this individual can be explained by tonsillar herniation, and distortion and compression of the medulla by the tumor.
CT scan and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the brain revealed multiple hematomas in left frontal and high parietal lobe, in right cerebellar hemisphere, downward tonsillar herniation and indentation of the posterior eyeball suggestive of raised intracranial tension.