drsclafani wrote:Lety wrote:
I have a question, do you and your valuable employees already tried to search after a muscle compression ? if you are convinced of the translated study, will you perform this investigation in your future and your former patients (with unsuccessful dilation) ?.
I am not convinced at this time that compressions should be treated. Today i had a patient who had compression in J3 at the level of the stylohyoid compression. When the patient flexed the neck the compression went away. When he coughed it also went away.
At this time i would defer to a university center that is performing this surgery.
When I turn my head to the left there is blood flow in the jugular but when my head is streight there is no blood flow ( stop flow ) and this is not a normal condition.
I can not walk around with the head turned to the left to have blood flow
I hope to have soon the oppurunity to explore this issue