Extensive cerebral edema

Brain edema is often observed in preschool childrenage. If the child has 3-4 years of age, you can ascertain the amount of daily urine that does not exceed 200-300 ml, instead of 800 ml (normal discharge), if you find the swelling of the ankles and the back of the hand and fingers, if a small patient for months, screams at night , depriving the rest of all family members, if at the same time you establish a very weak breath in the lungs, before you will be a case of pathological overfilling of the cranium with a stagnant fluid, squeezing the meninges and brain.

If the rhythm of breathing is intermittent, it showscompression of the medulla oblongata and respiratory centers. Etiology is almost always kidney disease in the mother during pregnancy, fetal poisoning during an intrauterine life in the mother's intoxicated blood. Treatment: leeches behind the ears every 2 months, fruit and vegetable diet, hot wraps of the chest, baths with hay infusion, 3/4 l of milk per day.

If in another case you observe the childsymptoms of dances of St. Witt, with very sharp and frequent involuntary twitching of the limbs, if in the analysis of urine, in addition to reducing its volume, you will find a delay in the release of calcium, before you is cerebral edema complicated by the pressure of grains of calcium on the meninges. Pediatricians are rarely interested in the amount of urine released per day. In France in 1963 there were one and a half million defective children, of which, we are sure, none would have been found, whose daily urine content would have been normal. Treatment is the same as in the previous case. After a series of baths with-infusion of hay, you need to make yellow overheating turpentine baths to dissolve and excrete calcium molecules that settled on the meninges.

In the first and second cases, the disease is oftencomplicated by aphasia or loss of balance, or by throwing back the head (opisthotonus), or muscle atrophy of the limbs. All these painful phenomena disappear or significantly weaken, if we apply our methods of treatment for several months. So-called re-education does not give anything. We must re-educate educators.

Hydrocephalus is an excessive accumulationtransparent or turbid liquid in the ventricles of the brain. The amount of excess fluid can reach 5 liters. If you do not immediately begin treatment, the disease will lead to brain atrophy. Leeches for ears every 2 months, fruit and vegetable regime, yellow turpentine baths, applied in the early stages of the disease, can give a full recovery. Excessive accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the spinal canal can cause syringomyelia. With every edema of the brain, the distance between the cerebral capillaries and neurons increases. Normally, the distance between the cells of the cerebral cortex and the capillaries is equal, according to the calculations of prof. B. Klosovsky, 25 microns. With the edema of the brain, this distance increases, in connection with which the supply of oxygen decreases and the accumulation of unseparated waste increases. Brain cells are asphyxiated and intoxicated.

Think about this relationship between the brain,lungs and kidneys and you will understand how miserable modern neuroscience and psychiatry are, who do not know and do not want to notice this fateful dependence. The fragility of the brain tissue is compensated by the most wonderful defense mechanism. In cases of cerebral hyperemia, intensified venous circulation of blood through powerful intracranial veins takes effect; the outflow of venous blood during cerebral hyperemia can be increased from 3 to 6 times. Simultaneously, the outflow of cerebrospinal fluid increases in the lymphatic capillaries and in the enlarged lymphatic trunks.

With anemia of the brain, there is an increased inflowblood in the ring of Willis. With congestion of venous blood in the portal vein, anemia of the brain is observed, the same brain anemia is observed with Birmer's anemia, with leukemia and with a fast puncture for ascites, as well as when removing the tumor from the abdominal cavity. Note that, in the normal state, only 1/4 of the blood volume is in the abdominal cavity. Anemia of various areas of the brain leads to its softening and death of brain cells.

In acute nephritis, when the volume of excreted urinevery small, there is a simple or toxic edema of the brain. Cells of the brain swell with swelling, as well as nerve fibers. Inside the brain cells, vacuoles (voids) are formed. Hemorrhages are most often caused by high blood pressure, sclerosis of the kidneys, strong mental emotions, and very strong muscle tension, excessive contraction of the abdominal muscles.

In this case, the arteries are damaged,arterioles, capillaries, rarely veins. At the autopsy, microscopic aneurysms of capillaries and arterioles are found, which did not cause any anxiety during their lifetime. Without the degeneration of the walls of small and tiny blood vessels of the brain, there could be no hemorrhage. And the degeneration of the walls of the vessels is caused, in most cases, by anoxemia and intoxication as consequences of the harmful substances that the kidneys have not removed.

Dear colleagues, if you have the chancebe at the bedside of a patient who has just been struck by a cerebral hemorrhage, immediately put his leeches behind his ears, within 48 hours give him only fruit juices - and your patient will not have paralysis and he will be able to rise to his feet after 14 days of complete rest. Without timely correct intervention, the patient will remain paralyzed and will lose his ability to work.

If you have a patient who is already quite longtime affected by paralysis, you can still organize effective treatment: hot wraps of the chest, fruit and vegetable regime without salt, yellow turpentine baths that help dissolve and remove particles of coagulated blood from the intracranial region, decompose and eliminate corpses of dead brain cells. You can, by applying this method, achieve great success.

The doctrine of the impossibility of replacing dead neuronsNewborn brain cells are a tragic error in modern neurology and psychiatry. The medical treatment of paralysis after cerebral hemorrhages does not give any results. Prof. Lazorte (Lazorthes, 1956) wrote that the pharmacological treatment of disorders of cerebral circulation is a confusing page. There are few drugs, the effect of which would not be contradictory, since the organization of pharmacological studies is performed in very different conditions.

The descriptions of most of them are extensive andcontradictory, although far from complete. The uncertainty of pharmaceutical dynamics is shared by the physiology that adopted its technique and recognized the same doctrinaire disputes. Let's just say: medicines are powerless and often even harmful in disorders of cerebral circulation.