Basilar Invagination Diagnosis? 2 Types Of Medical Equipment You Should Be Prescribed

1 July 2018
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Basilar invagination is a condition in which the opening for the spinal cord at the base of the skull closes or narrows. This is caused by the skull folding inward, which is caused by the second vertebra pushing upward. Sometimes, the resulting narrowing of the space causes brain stem compression, syringomyelia, hydrocephalus, pseudotumor cerebri, dysarthria, central sleep apnea, and orthostatic hypotension, many of which can be severely debilitating. and in worst cases, death can occur. Read More