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Platybasia
Jeffrey S. Ross, MD
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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

    • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

      • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

        • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

          Selected References

          1. Ferreira JA et al: Determination of normal values of the basal angle in the era of magnetic resonance imaging. World Neurosurg. 132:363-7, 2019
          2. Dasenbrock HH et al: Endoscopic image-guided transcervical odontoidectomy: outcomes of 15 patients with basilar invagination. Neurosurgery. 70(2):351-9; discussion 359-60, 2012
          3. El-Sayed IH et al: The importance of platybasia and the palatine line in patient selection for endonasal surgery of the craniocervical junction: a radiographic study of 12 patients. World Neurosurg. 76(1-2):183-8; discussion 74-8, 2011
          4. Ghosh PS et al: Teaching NeuroImages: platybasia and basilar invagination in osteogenesis imperfecta. Neurology. 77(18):e108, 2011
          5. Goel A et al: Reversal of longstanding musculoskeletal changes in basilar invagination after surgical decompression and stabilization. J Neurosurg Spine. 10(3):220-7, 2009
          6. Ysunza A et al: Surgical planning for restoring velopharyngeal function in velocardiofacial syndrome. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 73(11):1572-5, 2009
          7. Menezes AH: Specific entities affecting the craniocervical region: osteogenesis imperfecta and related osteochondrodysplasias: medical and surgical management of basilar impression. Childs Nerv Syst. 24(10):1169-72, 2008
          8. Klimo P Jr et al: Congenital anomalies of the cervical spine. Neurosurg Clin N Am. 18(3):463-78, 2007
          9. Pearce JM: Platybasia and basilar invagination. Eur Neurol. 58(1):62-4, 2007
          10. Di Rocco F et al: Spontaneous regression of syringomyelia in Hajdu-Cheney syndrome with severe platybasia. Case report. J Neurosurg. 103(2 Suppl):194-7, 2005
          11. Koenigsberg RA et al: Evaluation of platybasia with MR imaging. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 26(1):89-92, 2005
          12. Derbent M et al: Chromosome 22q11.2 deletion and phenotypic features in 30 patients with conotruncal heart defects. Am J Med Genet A. 116A(2):129-35, 2003
          13. Hadjipavlou AG et al: Paget's disease of the spine and its management. Eur Spine J. 10(5):370-84, 2001
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          DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

            ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

            • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

              • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

                • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

                  Selected References

                  1. Ferreira JA et al: Determination of normal values of the basal angle in the era of magnetic resonance imaging. World Neurosurg. 132:363-7, 2019
                  2. Dasenbrock HH et al: Endoscopic image-guided transcervical odontoidectomy: outcomes of 15 patients with basilar invagination. Neurosurgery. 70(2):351-9; discussion 359-60, 2012
                  3. El-Sayed IH et al: The importance of platybasia and the palatine line in patient selection for endonasal surgery of the craniocervical junction: a radiographic study of 12 patients. World Neurosurg. 76(1-2):183-8; discussion 74-8, 2011
                  4. Ghosh PS et al: Teaching NeuroImages: platybasia and basilar invagination in osteogenesis imperfecta. Neurology. 77(18):e108, 2011
                  5. Goel A et al: Reversal of longstanding musculoskeletal changes in basilar invagination after surgical decompression and stabilization. J Neurosurg Spine. 10(3):220-7, 2009
                  6. Ysunza A et al: Surgical planning for restoring velopharyngeal function in velocardiofacial syndrome. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 73(11):1572-5, 2009
                  7. Menezes AH: Specific entities affecting the craniocervical region: osteogenesis imperfecta and related osteochondrodysplasias: medical and surgical management of basilar impression. Childs Nerv Syst. 24(10):1169-72, 2008
                  8. Klimo P Jr et al: Congenital anomalies of the cervical spine. Neurosurg Clin N Am. 18(3):463-78, 2007
                  9. Pearce JM: Platybasia and basilar invagination. Eur Neurol. 58(1):62-4, 2007
                  10. Di Rocco F et al: Spontaneous regression of syringomyelia in Hajdu-Cheney syndrome with severe platybasia. Case report. J Neurosurg. 103(2 Suppl):194-7, 2005
                  11. Koenigsberg RA et al: Evaluation of platybasia with MR imaging. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 26(1):89-92, 2005
                  12. Derbent M et al: Chromosome 22q11.2 deletion and phenotypic features in 30 patients with conotruncal heart defects. Am J Med Genet A. 116A(2):129-35, 2003
                  13. Hadjipavlou AG et al: Paget's disease of the spine and its management. Eur Spine J. 10(5):370-84, 2001