Chiari III malformation

Dr Henry Knipe and Radswiki et al.

Chiari III malformation is an extremely rare anomaly characterized by a low occipital and high cervical encephalocele with herniation of posterior fossa contents, that is, the cerebellum and/or the brainstem, occipital lobe, and fourth ventricle. 

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rID: 14569
Section: Pathology
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Chiari type III malformation

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