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Publicado oct 20, Registrarse Entrar. Multi Lingual Scientific Journals. MLS Psychology Research. Inicio Archivos Vol. PDF English. HTML English. EPUB English. Arana, A. MLS Psychology Research , 1 1. Citas Abbott, D. Journal of neurosurgery, 2 , Chiari type I malformation in a pediatric population. Pediatric neurology, 40 6 , Chiari Registry Project: assessment of surgical outcome on self-focused attention, pain, and delayed recall. Psychological medicine, Luciano, M. Task-specific and general cognitive effects in Chiari malformation type I.

PloS one, 9 4 , e Documento de consenso. Pediatric and adult Chiari malformation type I surgical series — a review of demographics, operative treatment, and outcomes. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 15 2 , Morphometric analysis of posterior fossa and craniovertebral junction in subtypes of Chiari malformation.

Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, , Enfermedades raras. The Chiari malformations: A review with emphasis on anatomical traits. Clinical anatomy, 28 2 , Congenital Chiari malformations: magnetic resonance imaging study. OA Case Reports, 2 8. Occipital dysplasia and Chiari type I deformity in a family: clinical and radiological study of three generations.

Journal of the neurological sciences, 62 1 , The effect of posterior fossa decompression in adult Chiari malformation and basilar invagination: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Neurosurgical review, 41 1 , Psychosis risk syndrome comorbid with panic attack disorder in a cannabis-abusing patient affected by Arnold-Chiari malformation type I.

General Hospital Psychiatry, 34 6 , Association between fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and the Chiari I malformation. In The Chiari Malformations pp.

Springer, New York, NY. Long-term neuropsychological deficits after cerebellar infarctions in two young adult twins. Neuropsychologia, 42 4 , Advanced imaging of Chiari 1 malformations. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America, 26 4 , Patient-reported Chiari malformation type I symptoms and diagnostic experiences: a report from the national Conquer Chiari Patient Registry database.

Neurological Sciences, 36 9 , Amayra, I. The Cerebellum, Association of Chiari I malformation, mental retardation, speech delay, and epilepsy: a specific disorder?

Neurosurgery, 49 5 , Epidemiology of the Chiari I malformation. Hypotonia, jaundice, and Chiari malformations: Relationships to executive functions. Applied Neuropsychology: Child, 2 2 , Correlation of diffusion tensor imaging metrics with neurocognitive function in Chiari I malformation. World neurosurgery, 76 , Parent-reported executive dysfunction in children and adolescents with Chiari malformation Type 1.

Pediatric neurosurgery, 51 5 , Incidence and prevalence of multiple sclerosis in the UK — a descriptive study in the General Practice Research Database. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 85 1 , doi The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences, 24 2 , EE Neurosurgery, 59 1 , Asymptomatic Chiari Type I malformations identified on magnetic resonance imaging.

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Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 2 3 , The cerebellum and neuropsychological functioning: a critical review. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology, 34 1 , Parte I. Clinical presentation of Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia in children.

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Handbook of the cerebellum and cerebellar disorders pp. Springer Netherlands. A genetic hypothesis for Chiari I malformation with or without syringomyelia. Neurosurgical focus, 8 3 , George, T. Chiari type I malformation with or without syringomyelia: prevalence and genetics.

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Revisión bibliográfica sobre la sintomatología cognitiva en la malformación de Chiari tipo I

Arnold Chiari type I malformation with bilateral papilledema. ISSN Introduction: The Arnold Chiari malformation, or caudal cerebellar tonsilar ectopy, is a congenital defect of the posterior fossa, consisting in the descent of the cerebellar amygdalae 5mm below the foramen magnum. Clinically it presents as craneal hypertension headache, nystagmus, diplopia, VI craneal pair paralysis, tinnitus, dysphagia, weakness, paresthesia and spasticity.


The authors report 17 cases of symptomatic Chiari type II malformation occurring in two distinct age dependent population. In Group I, 13 neonates and infants in the first year of life presented with cranial nerve and brain stem dysfunction characterized by vocal cord paralysis, apnea, dysphagia and laryngeal stridor. In Group II, 4 patients developed signs and symptoms after the first year of life. In this group, the presentation was more insidious and included neck pain and cerebellar manifestations. The surgical treatment consisted initially in shunt implantation or revision and when there was no improvement, posterior fossa decompression was performed. The response to the surgical treatment differed considerably between the two groups: older patients improved promptly after surgery and there was no casualties; in newborn and infants, especially those under 6 months of age, the mortality rate was

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