Trulli

Aaron Filler, MD, PhD
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Trulli Trulli

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Arnold Chiari Malformations & Foramen Magnum Syndrome

Accidents of the Embryo:
Spina Bifida and Variations at Birth


Chapter 8

Arnold Chiari Malformations & Foramen Magnum Syndrome

08-3-ACM
The lower part of the brain or cerebellum can be abnormally positioned so that it extends down through the foramen magnum – the opening at the base of the skull. If it crowds the spinal cord in this location, a variety of symptoms including headache and neck pain can result.
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