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  1. I believe it is important that we make a database of medical tests that we carry out, so later we can present it to the people interested, like a neurologist or psychiatrist. It will give them a better view when looking at few similar cases rather than just one (and maybe the first one they are going to see in their life-time). Please post your pictures/copies/files of your medical examination, pm them to me or send through e-mail pablo.brasil@gmail.com and I will list them in here. Doctors will have a better idea about VS or HPPD when they are presented with examinatins of few different people. My medical examination (I plan to do fMRI soon): qEEG (in polish) - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0pk4e3kicgu6kbo/AAD3pQb3wxQjSC_ax2RGVO7ia?dl=0 Scintigraphy - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/niirgajrgk21378/AABWuyDF5-PQUfHb8VX-Lba1a?dl=0 Results (translation): The analysis of CT images (cross sections, sagittal and coronal) and three-dimensional reconstruction obtained after the administration of EV radiotracer (99mTc - ECD) evidence of hypoperfusion areas in the projection of the upper front-paretial wolf (bilateral) and fronto temporal (left , discrete) and observed in cross-sectional tomographic cuts 11-13, coronal and sagittal 16-18 7-10 as well as in three-dimensional reconstructions. Anonymous user no. 1 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) http://www.evernote.com/l/AbR7n-OYgchCvKK5B7iicBQGVzQhRkJ36Kw/ Results (translation): The presence of inverted choline (CHO) peaks can be observed in relation with the N-acetyl-aspartate peaks in the range of temporal bilateral lobes including the hippocampus. These peaks in the univixel spectroscopy discard structural damage, however it suggests the presence of neural dysfunction in temporal lobes. No lactate or myoinositol peaks were observed. Anonymous user no. 2 Metal toxicity test Test for pathogens, bacterias, viruses, fungi. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zsef01c6avnum34/AACrpP-AkppqTREkHiRW6z19a?dl=0 By now I can say I have read a lot about the link between metal toxicity and the presence of bacterias/viruses like lyme/candida etc. You will not get rid of lyme virus if you don't remove toxic metals from your body. I am shaping a new theory where the infection could underlie some cases of VS/HPPD. As percentage of people with lyme get exact VS/HPPD symptoms, who apparently happen to have metal toxicity in all/most cases, people with autism/aspergers also happen to experience VS/HPPD symptoms, who as you might guess by now are commonly suspected to be metal toxic. See the correlation? Evidence for VS in aspergers: https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4kenci5ljok410/ss%20%282016-03-05%20at%2011.21.54%29.png?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/y7vkpofx62qdq3r/ss%20%282016-02-11%20at%2011.46.39%29.png?dl=0 More to come soon.

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