- CASE FILE
Connective Tissues and Vascular Mystery
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
Spontaneous artery dissections and stenosis. Loss of use of arm. Spinal cord compression and pressure headaches. Difficulty swallowing. Light headedness, dizziness, syncope, ear ringing. Can’t support the weight of head. Can’t bend over. Blood clots. Low blood pressure. Fatigue. Joint hypermobility and scar pattern ruled out most vascular connective tissue disorders and the vascular problems rule out a hypermobility spectrum disorder. Immune deficiency is under control, but now developing anemia and adrenal insufficiency. Haven’t healed from surgeries on spine. Spinal instability continues to be more symptomatic.