Category Archives: syrinxes

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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Cysts, Syrinxes and CSF

In addition to Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, obstruction to CSF flow can cause turbulance and jets that erode tissues and lead to the formation of cysts and syrinxes in the brain and cord. Continue reading

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