Monthly Archives: November 2010

Square Heads and MS

Racial differences in the design of the skull may account for the higher incidence of classic multiple sclerosis sen in European races compared to a variant form, called Devic’s disease, seen in Asians and African-Americans. Continue reading

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Skull Design and CCVBP

The design and deformation of the skull can affect venous drainage in the brain causing chronic craniocervical venous back pressure CCVBP. Continue reading

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