Neurosurgery

Chiari Decompression

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Surgical Approaches

A Chiari decompression, also called a posterior fossa decompression, suboccipital craniectomy or foramen magnum decompression, is a surgical procedure performed by a neurosurgeon to treat the symptoms of Arnold Chiari malformation, particularly for Type I malformations. Symptomatic patients with Type I Chiari Malformation are often offered this treatment option.

 

Rochester Neurosurgery Partners

Highland Hospital

Rochester General Hospital

Strong Memorial Hospital

Unity Hospital

Southern Tier Neuromedicine

Canandaguia/Finger Lakes Neurosurgery

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