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Please tell me what does chiari malformation show up as on an mri?

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In brief: Chiari Malformation

Chiari malformation shows up on a MRI as an extension of the cerebellar tonsils (the lower part of the cerebellum) into the foramen magnum, with or without involving the brain stem. Normally, only the spinal cord passes through this opening.
For more info please refer to chiari and syringomyelia foundation 29 crest loop staten island, ny 10312 [email protected] http://www.Csfinfo.Org.

In brief: Chiari Malformation

Chiari malformation shows up on a MRI as an extension of the cerebellar tonsils (the lower part of the cerebellum) into the foramen magnum, with or without involving the brain stem. Normally, only the spinal cord passes through this opening.
For more info please refer to chiari and syringomyelia foundation 29 crest loop staten island, ny 10312 [email protected] http://www.Csfinfo.Org.
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