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 Is chiari malformation hereditery?

Answer Yes. But not in all cases. I myself have Chiari Malformation Type I and my mom and grandma have it, but the gene skipped my older brother who does not have this malformation.
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Chiari one malformation and the air force?

We would search on Twitter, MySpace and Facebook to start with. It is quite likely that someone will know the person, or they may be registered.
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Who discovered Chiari malformation?

Hans von Chiari, Professor of Morbid Anatomy at Charles University in Prague, 1891 published a his findings describing three cases with malformations of the lower part of the cerebellum and brain s... Read More »
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How is Arnold-Chiari malformation treated?

The recommended treatment for an Arnold-Chiari I malformation is surgery to relieve the pressure on the cerebellar area. During the surgery, the surgeon removes a small part of the bone at the base... Read More »
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Can a chiari malformation be caused by a ganglioglioma?

Answer No. This condition would be termed tonsillar herniation secondary to ganglioglioma.
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