Occipito-Cervical Fusion in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome with Dysautonomia
3rd Annual CSF Disorders Symposium: Connective Tissue Syndromes and Manifestations of CSF Disorders in the Brain and Spine
BROWN UNIVERSITY - PROVIDENCE, RI - JUNE 16, 2018
Dr. Harold Rekate
describes the results of his analysis, looking at how patients with a collection of conditions including hypermobility (also known as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
type 3), dysautonomia, Chiari
malformation and general craniocervical junction instability. He analyzed how well these patients responded to occipito-cervical fusion as a surgical treatment for these syndromes. This presentation represents the results of this analysis and an ongoing search for answers.