Intradiploic occipital pseudomeningocele in a patient with remote history of surgical treatment of Chiari malformation.

@article{Mahaney2014IntradiploicOP,
  title={Intradiploic occipital pseudomeningocele in a patient with remote history of surgical treatment of Chiari malformation.},
  author={Kelly B Mahaney and Arnold H. Menezes},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery. Spine},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={769-72}
}
An intradiploic CSF pseudocyst is a rare entity that has been described in association with trauma, as a sequela of untreated hydrocephalus, or occasionally as a congenital finding in older adults. The authors present the case of a woman with a remote history of a posterior fossa intradural procedure, in which she underwent Chiari malformation decompression, Silastic substitute-assisted duraplasty, and occipitocervical fusion; she presented 19 years later with recurrent symptoms of Chiari… CONTINUE READING