Mechanisms and Pathophysiology in Chiari & Connective Tissue Disorders
The 2015 CSF Research Colloquium was held in New Orleans, Louisiana and was attended by over 30 professionals, including clinicians, neurosurgeons, neurologists, scientists, allergists, engineers, and more. The group presented and discussed many of the different mechanisms and pathologies that are related to Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and related disorders including connective tissue disorders/hypermobility, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, hydrocephalus, and others.
You can watch full-length videos of the presentations below.
*Important: The views and opinions expressed by the participants in this Colloqium are their own, based upon their individual specific experiences or their general observations reacting to hypothetical circumstances. The views expressed and the statements made by participating physicians do not represent specific medical advice nor do they represent any official policy or position taken by CSF.