Basilar Invagination : cranio-cervical kyphosis rather than prolapse from the upper cervical spine

@inproceedings{Neuromed2017BasilarI,
  title={Basilar Invagination : cranio-cervical kyphosis rather than prolapse from the upper cervical spine},
  author={Melo Diniz J. J Neurol Neuromed},
  year={2017}
}
  • Melo Diniz J. J Neurol Neuromed
  • Published 2017
Craniocervical junction malformations (CCJM) have been described more frequently as adult Chiari Malformation (CM) and Basilar Invagination (BI)1. Chiari malformation is defined as the herniation of the cerebellar tonsils in the foramen magnum with compression of the neural structures and / or of the cerebrospinal fluid at the foramen magnum level2. Basilar invagination (BI) is classically described as a developmental anomaly of the craniovertebral junction in which the odontoid abnormally… CONTINUE READING