Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'research lingual gyrus'.
Found 1 result
Hello everybody, Simply put we need your help: Thanks to the research of Dr. Schankin and Prof.Goadsy supported by the http://eyeonvision.org/ they have discovered the location inside the brain where our visual symptoms come from. See: "We have published a major study on the description of the syndrome: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24645145 One other paper on the location of the disease in the brain has just been published electronically:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/head.12378/full As you can see the: http://eyeonvision.org/ was mentioned and thanked in both publications. Dr Schankin." Location: "The lingual gyrus of the occipital lobe lies between the calcarine sulcus and the posterior part of the collateral sulcus; behind, it reaches the occipital pole; in front, it is continued on to the tentorial surface of the temporal lobe, and joins the parahippocampal gyrus." The only problem we have now is that Dr. Schankin and Dr. Goadsby need more funding to progress their research further, which hopefully will lead to future treatment strategies. We need more money. This condition isn't being funded by the government as you all know. That is why we have started a gofundmepage. See link: http://www.gofundme.com/visual-snow Money can also be donated directly to the: http://eyeonvision.org/ PLEASE help US and YOURSELF, by supporting this research by donating. I would like to add: I conducted an interview with Dr. Abraham by Skype with the question if HPPD and Visual Snow Syndrome are the same disease. He think so. I first have to edit the interview and get permission to put it on my YouTube channel. I will post it here as well. EDIT: Visual Snow Syndrome means: seeing visual snow AND the added symptoms: tinnitus, palinopsia, photophobia, trails, blue field etc. EDIT: Interview with Dr. Abraham: Interview Dr. Abraham: Thanks for considering my request. With kind regards, Ben Wigmans www.visualsnow.nl & YouTube:visualsnow1