CSF flow imaging performed of the sagittal plane demonstrates robust ventral flow of CSF at the craniocervical junction. There is significant flow impedance dorsally at the level of the low lying cerebellar tonsils.
Robust ventral flow of CSF at the craniocervical junction. There is significant flow impedance dorsally at the level of the low lying cerebellar tonsils.
Anyone?? What’s this mean
I strongly urge that initial conversations about test results should be done in person with a medical professional. Unfortunately, folks here are not qualified to give you opinions.
Physicians know you and can discuss the results intelligently with you in real time and provide an opportunity to ask questions, seek clarifications, and find out what is the next step. In my experience, neurosurgeons are more qualified to speak on the images and can show you what is what using the actual images. That should happen - not just a discussion about words on a paper.
Get an opinion on the sagittal and the horizontal views. Do you know what that means? Find out if you do not. Good luck in the information gathering process on your medical journey