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Figure 1

From: Dimensions of the posterior fossa in patients symptomatic for Chiari I malformation but without cerebellar tonsillar descent

Figure 1

A T2-weighted sagittal MRI scan, from a patient with Chiari-like symptomatology, demonstrating tonsillar herniation less than 3 mm. The cisterna magna is completely obliterated by the thickened posterior rim of the foramen magnum. Meniscus sign (white arrow) is present at the inferior pole of the cerebellar tonsils consistent with a CSF block.

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