Hello Professionally Integrated! Here is a great study published in Brain Injury, July 2010. The authors looked at two groups. One non injured group, and one in a crash and symptomatic. They imaged these people in a supine, non weight bearing MRI and in an upright MRI. The evaluated Chiari. Chiari Type I malformation is traditionally defined as caudal herniation of the cerebellar tonsils through the foramen magnum or tonsillar ectopia.
This study reports that patients with a history of motor vehicle crash-associated neck pain have a substantially higher frequency of cerebellar tonsillar
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