Mostly children will exhibit no signs and symptoms of Chiari Malformation, until the child grows up. This is only diagnosed when the child complains of other issues. Out of the four types of Chiari Malformation, I and II are most common.
Symptoms of Type I Chiari:
Symptoms of Type II Chiari:
In type II, greater amount of cerebellum moves into the spinal cord as compared to type I. The symptoms look like the following: