Finding Your Needle Leak in the Haystack While a traditional MRI may show the location of a pseudomeningocele, a Dynamic CT myelogram remains the suggested method to locate a suspected active bleed site or a dural defect in cases of… Read More... "Is Digital Subtraction Myelography the Answer?"
The Neurosurgery Repair Process In this piece, I’m going to share my personal experience of when I was admitted for neurosurgery to have a pseudomeningocele repaired, which was at the back of my head. The pseudomeningocele was believed to have… Read More... "The Road To Neurosurgery"
The Anticoagulant Effect on Active Bleeds Suppose you have an identified or suspected active bleed. In that case, your doctors need to be aware of the hazard blood thinners pose to your hemosiderin layer. Your body may have taken years… Read More... "The Hazard of Blood Thinners"