Pediatric Chiari I malformations: do clinical and radiologic features correlate?

@article{Wu1999PediatricCI,
  title={Pediatric Chiari I malformations: do clinical and radiologic features correlate?},
  author={Y. Wayne Wu and C T Chin and Krammie M Chan and A. James Barkovich and D M Ferriero},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={53 6},
  pages={1271-6}
}
BACKGROUND Although Chiari I malformation is increasingly recognized in children, little is known about its clinical presentation in this age group. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between clinical and MRI features of pediatric Chiari I malformations. METHODS We performed a chart review and MRI analysis of 49 children with Chiari I malformation. The degree of tonsillar ectopia was compared with age at onset, presence of syringomyelia, and a neurologic severity score as follows… CONTINUE READING