Anesthesia implications for Arnold Chiari Type I Malformation Parturients
Dessiarae M Sanchez, BSN; Dr. Lisa Herbinger, CRNA, DNP
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Arnold Chiari type I malformation (ACM-I) is the most prevalent Chiari defect in the adult population. This malformation is associated with decreased cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) flow from the fourth ventricle. Because ICP and CSF fluctuations can be present during vaginal and cesarean deliveries, deciding the safest anesthetic modality remains a challenge.
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