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Chiari II Malformation

Nakamura KMN - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Chiari II Malformation

History: 26 y.o. man with history of previous myelomeningocele repair. MRI requested to reassess anatomy.

Findings: Sagittal T1 MRI of the brain demonstrates multiple typical findings of an Arnold Chiari II malformation, including cerebellar tonsillar herniation, dysgensis of the corpus callosum, a beaked tectum, towering cerebellum, small posterior fossa, and hyperplastic massa intermedia. Axial FLAIR MRI demonstrates tonsillar herniation.

Ddx: Chiari II malformation.

Exam: Non-contributory.

No MeSH data available.


Sagittal T1 weighted MRI of the brain demonstrates numerous classic findings of a Chiari II malformation, including a towering cerebellum with tonsillar herniation, tectal beaking, corpus callosal dysgenesis, enlargment of the massa intermedia, and a small posterior fossa.
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MPX2146_synpic24431: Sagittal T1 weighted MRI of the brain demonstrates numerous classic findings of a Chiari II malformation, including a towering cerebellum with tonsillar herniation, tectal beaking, corpus callosal dysgenesis, enlargment of the massa intermedia, and a small posterior fossa.


Chiari II Malformation

Nakamura KMN - MedPix (2006)

Sagittal T1 weighted MRI of the brain demonstrates numerous classic findings of a Chiari II malformation, including a towering cerebellum with tonsillar herniation, tectal beaking, corpus callosal dysgenesis, enlargment of the massa intermedia, and a small posterior fossa.
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MPX2146_synpic24431: Sagittal T1 weighted MRI of the brain demonstrates numerous classic findings of a Chiari II malformation, including a towering cerebellum with tonsillar herniation, tectal beaking, corpus callosal dysgenesis, enlargment of the massa intermedia, and a small posterior fossa.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Chiari II Malformation

History: 26 y.o. man with history of previous myelomeningocele repair. MRI requested to reassess anatomy.

Findings: Sagittal T1 MRI of the brain demonstrates multiple typical findings of an Arnold Chiari II malformation, including cerebellar tonsillar herniation, dysgensis of the corpus callosum, a beaked tectum, towering cerebellum, small posterior fossa, and hyperplastic massa intermedia. Axial FLAIR MRI demonstrates tonsillar herniation.

Ddx: Chiari II malformation.

Exam: Non-contributory.

No MeSH data available.