Stuck with headaches: a case report of Arnold-Chiari syndrome

Pedro Azevedo, Luís Pinho-Costa, Tiago Ribeiro, Isabel Lobo &
Case report.

Despite the non-specific signs and low prevalence/incidence, in a Primary Care setting it is of paramount importance to consider Arnold-Chiari syndrome type I in the differential diagnosis of headaches, allowing for a quick referral to the hospital. As it can be a familial trait, the family doctor is also ideally positioned to study the remaining family.

The Arnold-Chiari Syndrome results of a congenital defect in the skull base resulting in varying degrees of cerebellum and...
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