Bobby Jones CSF Research Colloquium

2014: Co-Morbid Conditions of Chiari Malformation

The 2014 Research Colloquium was held in Boston, MA on October 18, 2014 to discuss the various (and sometimes controversial) conditions that can confound and complicate the diagnosis and treatment of Chiari malformation.

You can view the lectures given at this colloquium by clicking their respective links below.

*The views and opinions expressed by the participants in this Colloquium are their own, based upon their individual specific experiences or their general observations reacting to hypothetical circumstances. The views expressed and the statements made by participating physicians do not represent specific medical advice nor do they represent any official policy or position taken by CSF.

Opening Remarks – Ulrich Batzdorf, MD

Acute and Chronic Trauma at the Craniocervical Junction – Donlin Long, MD

“The Sarah Syndrome” – Harold L. Rekate, MD

Complications of Chiari – Yong Liu, MD

The Complex Chiari Malformation – Douglas Brockmeyer, MD

Chiari Malformation in the Context of CSF Disorders – Mark Luciano, MD, PhD

Chiari Malformation & Hereditary Disorders of Connective Tissue: Genetics, Diagnosis and Epidemiology – Allison Ashley-Koch, PhD

Orthostatic Intolerance in the Setting of Chiari – Peter Rowe, MD

The Discordant Report: Pathological Radiological Findings vs. “Normal” Findings – Myles Koby, MD

Beyond Chiari Malformation: Treating Chiari in Dogs – Dominic Marino, DVM

Various Forms of Craniocervical Stabilzation – Paolo Bolognese, MD

Pseudotumor Cerebri & Other Syndromes of Intracranial Hypertension – Daniele Rigamonti, MD

Tethered Cord Syndrome in the Chiari Patient – Petra M. Klinge, MD, PhD

Physical Therapy After Chiari Surgery with Co-Morbid Conditions – Michael Healy, DPT

Venous Anomalies Common in Arnold Chiari Malformation – Adnan Qureshi, MD

DNA Testing to Assess Altered Drug Metabolism – Dan Doherty

Review: The 2013 Research Colloquium & Consensus Statement – Fraser C. Henderson, MD

Open Discussion



Last Revised: 11/2014