Primary basilar invagination

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Primary basilar invagination

Synonyms: Bull-Nixon syndrome

A rare skeletal developmental defect characterized by congenital upward translocation of the upper cervical spine and clivus into the foramen magnum. It can be asymptomatic or associated with severe neurological dysfunction.

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