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20:40 EST 13th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Establishing the Physiology of Syringomyelia

The brain and spinal cord are surrounded by fluid called cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). The CSF flows through channels in the brain and around the spinal cord. Occasionally, people are born with malformations of these channels. Syringomyelia is a pocket within the CSF channels that results from abnormal CSF flow. Syringomyelia is associated with problems in the nervous system. Patients with syringomyelia may be unable to detect sensations of pain and heat. If the condition is...


Study and Surgical Treatment of Syringomyelia

The goal of this study is to establish the mechanism(s) of progression of primarily spinal syringomyelia (PSS). Our preliminary study of syringomyelia emphasized syringomyelia associated with craniocervical junction abnormalities (CCJAS), such as the Chiari I malformation. This new protocol will expand the scope of our investigation to include primarily spinal syringomyelia (PSS), which is defined as syringomyelia not associated with craniocervical junction abnormalities (CCJ...

A Prospective Natural History Study of Patients With Syringomyelia

Background: - Syringomyelia is a disorder in which a cyst (syrinx) forms within the spinal cord and causes spinal cord injury, with symptoms worsening over many years, including paralysis, loss of sensation, and chronic pain. Researchers are interested in obtaining more knowledge about how a syrinx forms in order to develop safer and more effective treatments for syringomyelia and related conditions. - The goal of surgical treatment of syringom...


Genetic Analysis of the Chiari I Malformation

The purpose of this study is to better understand the genetic factors related to the Chiari I malformation. In people with this abnormality, the lower part of the skull is smaller than normal. As a result, the lowest part of the brain, called the cerebellar tonsils, protrudes out of the hole at the bottom of the skull into the spinal canal. This study will try to discover the location of the genes responsible for the malformation. Candidates for this study are: 1) Patients...

Posterior Fossa Decompression With or Without Duraplasty for Chiari Type I Malformation With Syringomyelia

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a posterior fossa decompression or a posterior fossa decompression with duraplasty results in better patient outcomes with fewer complications and improved quality of life in those who have Chiari malformation type I and syringomyelia.

The Genetics of Chiari Type I Malformation

Duke University Medical Center is investigating the hereditary basis of Chiari type I malformations with or without syringomyelia (CM1/S). Our research is aimed at learning if CM1/S is indeed caused by factors inherited through the family and, if so, which genes are involved.

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Platelet-rich Plasma vs. Hyaluronic Acid for Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis

Glenohumeral osteoarthritis (OA) accounts for approximately 2-5% of all chronic shoulder pain and may be classified into primary and secondary forms. Primary glenohumeral OA is caused by degenerative joint disease, inflammatory arthropathies, and neuropathic arthropathy secondary to syringomyelia or diabetes. Secondary glenohumeral OA is caused by trauma, postoperative changes after arthroscopy or capulorraphy, and osteonecrosis. Hyaluronic acid is found in synovial joint fluid...


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