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Al contenido de este saco herniario se le conoce como siringomielos. Autores: Drs. Izquierdo, A. Autores: D rs. Isla-Guerrero; F. Odene-Cantero; B. Hospital Universitario La Paz. Este acercamiento no ha sido ampliamente usado. Algunos de estos pacientes han progresado necesitando dispositivos de movimiento desde el espacio lumbar o ventricular. No hace falta decir que el tratamiento de Chiari fallido es desafiante en muchas maneras. Chiari I malformation redefined: clinical and radiographic findings for symptomatic patients.
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Malformación de Chiari
Objective: to present a case whose symptomatology was compatible with Arnold Chiari malformation type II, which is useful as reference material for neonatologists and neurosurgeons. Case presentation: male neonate, born by caesarean section due to maternal cephalopelvic disproportion. The mother, resident in the Plurinational State of Bolivia in an area far from the health center, attended only two prenatal consultations. The increase in the cranial circumference and the presence of a protruding lumbar sac through which the meninges were seen and cerebrospinal fluid came out attracted attention.
Arnold Chiari tipo II. Reporte de un caso
La malformación de Arnold Chiari