Chiari malformation

What is Chiari malformation?

A Chiari malformation is when bottom part of the brain develops in the canal where your spinal cord starts and causes compression in this area because it is narrow.

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Is is possible for a 59 year old to have 'Chiari Malformation' that could have been over-looked or undiagnosed? And if so, could the symptoms slowly...

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It is possible.

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My issuues in pain in my face, head, neck and running down my arms, i have had neck and head mris with nothing showing, the neurologist i saw put 6...

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Peripheral neuropathy should be assessed.

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Mri showed a chiari malformation and a cavernous malformation. Talking with neurosurgeon in XXXXXXX Dr. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX Are you able to look at...

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Please upload MRI reports and DICOM images.

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