in April 1970, I suffered a basic skull fracture because a mirror
scooped me up, after a scan was made after my 3rd Tia, there were
5 "fractures" to see, I have suffered for a few more years on the left side of my body, at least once paralyzed, and suffer from aphasia for a very long time, but I always have support from Jmy wife
and I taught myself the following;
when I tell something, to monitor the reaction of the listener, when it changed because I totally mispronounce the sentence structure, I can quickly think back, what and above all how I had said it, and so i could correct myself, but still sometimes I have lost words because of that aphasia, and then my wife says/calls that word, so unnoticed she keeps an eye on my conversation, now still, and fills them up, if necessary.
(after scan, made after my 3rd Tia, 5 "fractures" to see) ,
arriving at the Carolus hospital from Hilversum.
====Dr. K., that I suffer from consciousness narrowing, Part temporal absence epilepsy (petit mal)
according to the neurologist, it is separate from the skull base fracture, but after examination I doubt this, of which I have had a seizure 4 times.
I was 29 years old at the time and he said to me, if you work more than 8 hours a day and drive a lot of cars you don't make it to 30, I've been constantly making 10-hour days and driving hundreds of thousands of miles of car and I'm 78 years old now.
visiting the doctor Dr. V. for my ankle, he didn't know what it was, despite pictures from the hospital, later we found out it was gout, when we left I said to him, oh yes, I once had a word wrong, and also after I tried again, and that twice my left arm was paralyzed, once long and once briefly, he looked at me surprised and said: that have been Tia's, so rushed to the Neurologist Dr. T. at the Carolus hospital, he of course already had info from our gp, and I had to tell him everything, I told him this and that I had only had an absence-epilepsy attack when I drove to Denmark by car in Germany , he said you can't drive a car if you have an absence-epilepsy seizure, now I wasn't clear at the time, so in the car I said to my wife: is he cheated, I didn't drive but because in an absence-epilepsy attack you completely "stiffened" and the car stays in the position as he was before the attack, so I didn't drive anymore but the car. On Friday, 26-01-2007 back to the Neurologist, my wife said to him: my husband is well mad at you, he said why then, I said: should you
listen carefully, I come to tell you no fables and told him as mentioned above, he said o.k., then got on 30-01-2007 a CT Scan and an MRI scan further scan on my own request an EEG,
He said to me these days with those scans an EEG is no longer so necessary, we see on those scans enough, then I said to him: I am patient and you specialist but I can tell you that you can only measure electricity and not see, ok and on my birthday 07-02-2007 I got the message that no disturbing measurements were measured, but yes I myself on the other hand am not so happy with this kind of measurement, because it is chance measurements, you get such an absence-unexpected seizure, so..
============================ Date Specialism Kind of Report 26-2-2020 Neurology Anamnese Said patient was seen at the request of general practitioner .m. severe headache complaints 2 weeks before outpatient visit.
2 weeks before polivisit at night had very strong headaches.
Started with a pretty person in the head.
Don't even know exactly what happened.
Has never had such a headache. Sat all over his head.
Not obviously nauseous or bunk.
Was better next morning when waking up.
Only memory seems a little less smooth
At the time of polivisit no more headache
Now also clear in terms of
Daughter dies of aneurysm subarachnoid hemorrhage at the age of 22.
Enalapril, simvastatin, omeprazole, Mirtazapine, dabigatran, metoprolol.
consciousness. Cognitive: no abnormalities.
No further neurological examinations performed.
Anamnestic image of thunderclap Headache, relatively short-term.
CT/CTA (A CT scan is a study that uses X-rays to take pictures of the
body. A CT Angiography is a CT scan of the blood vessels. The study takes 15 to 30 minutes.) in consultation with the patient and in consultation with dr. Swimmer, radiologist, scheduled at short notice.
If no deviations: expectative policy.
25-2-2020 Neurology Reason reference A few weeks back he noticed a snappy feeling in the head while he was in bed.
Then hours of severe headaches. No neck stiffness. Tensie checks well (140/85 mostly). Furthermore, the short memory has deteriorated considerably since last month. Please provide your analysis and advice.
25-2-2020 Neurology History History: 03-08-2018, Administrative
Operation 20-03-2018, Addiction morphineomimetics?
died 12-04-2016, Angina
pectoris (NOAC) 11-12-2015, Coloncarcinoma
Decreases a.g. stress 05-11-2014, Donor
18-10-2011, rhythm disorder;
PACs + PVCs 26-05-2009, gout at hydrochlorthiazide
last 2 years 4 times 01-05-1997, skull base fracture
(car accident) 3 dg coma;0 01-05-1997, cerebral vascular narrowing in the neck congenitaal livoor ? %.
CVRM 01-04-1994, J01CA04 AMOXICILLINE
Drug Side Effect Correct Dosage 01-01-1980, Call end of life/treatment