Anomalies At The Craniocervical Junction

Congenital or acquired abnormalities on Craniocervical transition include disorders in the area of ??the occiput, the foramen magnum or the two upper cervical vertebrae, which restrict the space for the brain stem and the spinal cord. These abnormalities can lead to neck pain, syringomyelia, cerebellar failures, malfunctions of the caudal cranial nerves and the spinal cord and to vertebrobasilar ischemia. The diagnosis is made by using MRI or CT. The…

September 3, 2018
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