What up, Doc? Thank you for having better answers, Dr. Schmahmann.
This is a long video, but my favorite part is when he says:
It is not “in your head”, it is in your brain.
Aly's Angioma. I had a concussion when I was 11 and then 4 years ago a cavernous angioma bled into my brain. I had brain surgery to remove the tumor from my brain stem. In this, my second life, people do not see ME anymore.