NEW CHIARI STUDY: Titanium Mesh-Assisted Dural Tenting for an Expansile Suboccipital Cranioplasty in the Treatment of Chiari I

Fri, 06/13/2014

This study was published on June 4 and comes from Rutgers University in New Jersey. Cerebellar ptosis and dural prolapse are known complications after posterior craniocervical decompression of Chiari I, and are associated with larger craniectomies, epidural scarring and intradural adhesions. Although management of these complications has been well documented, little has been reported in regards to their prevention. To read MORE, please CLICK HERE.