Case of the Month: June, 2011

Submitted by Louis Muscarella, MD and Marcel Maya, MD.

History: A 29 year old female presents with frequent headaches and on physical examination was found to have a horizontal jerk nystagmus. An MRI of the brain was ordered.  

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What’s your diagnosis?

  1. Chiari I
  2. Chiari II
  3. Chiari III
  4. Dandy Walker Malformation
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