mtf wrote:...I have had 5 multiple angioplasties, stents in my jugular veins and worse then ever. Had little improvements that also disappeared. I am trying to think of my next step and I am wondering if I have a problem with my CSF flow. I had several neck trauma...
You said that you had "several neck trauma." Did you mean to say that you had several neck traumas? Or, did you mean to say you had one severe neck trauma?
I have reviewed the angiograms and brain scans you sent. The images are not appropriate for structural evaluation. You need x-rays of the spine to evaluate the structure. I was able to get some information from the angiograms and brain scans. The images show that your neck and shoulder are tilted (leaning) to the right side. Your head is tilted slightly to the left side. The neck is also slightly rotated counter clockwise to the left. Your head is also far forward of your posture line. This puts your head in front of your shoulders and strains the neck muscles. You have misalignments in your lower neck and upper thoracic spine that deviate to the left side. The deviations of the spinous processes to the left are related to the neck tilt to the right. The misalignments of the cervical and thoracic segments are probably associated with spondylosis (degeneration). You also appear to have an increase in kyphosis in the upper thoracic spine.