Category Archives: ms lesions

Pulsatility, Pressure Waves and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Pulsatility and arterial pressure waves that are inadequately buffered in the brain may play a role in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. Continue reading

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CSF, Clapotis, Cisterns and Cysts

It is possible that faulty CSF flow through the foramen magnum and upper cervical spine can result in standing waves and water hammers that causes cysts to form in the cisterns, subarachnoid spaces and central canal. Continue reading

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Kyphosis, Stenosis and Multiple Sclerosis

Kyphosis changes the normal alignment of the spine and strains the brainstem and cord inside the skull and spinal canal. It can also lead to CCSVI, CCVBP and multiple sclerosis. Continue reading

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Skull Design and Brainstem Compression

Among other things, the posterior fossa is shorter in European skulls compared to Asian and African designs, which may expalin the difference in the incidence of multiple sclerosis, optic spinal MS and Devic’s disease seen in the different races. Continue reading

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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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Chronic Ischemia and MS Lesions

Chronic ischemia, that is decreased blood flow, is one of the primary suspects in the cause of demyelination and the lesions seen in MS. Continue reading

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MS Lesions of the Cervical Cord

According to Schelling, one of the likely causes of lesions of the cervical cord in mutliple sclerosis is overstretching and shear stress. Continue reading

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