Chiari Malformations are structural defects located at the in the base of the skull where the spine meets it. These structural defects can cause the brain to sag into the spinal canal, causing herniation of a portion of the cerebellum, cerebellar tonsils and/or the fourth ventricle. Depending on the severity, there are a variety of symptoms and complications that come with Chiari Malformation.
The Zebra Pit is thrilled to offer the first of many posts on Autism Spectrum Disorders. In this post, Capricious discusses her recent experience with being evaluated for ASD and the distinct differences in the presentation of autism in females that can prevent women from being properly diagnosed.
Learn about common gastrointestinal symptoms in EDS and what they might mean. Presented by Dr. Adam Farmer at the Ehlers Danlos Society's annual conference.