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Mechanic who had an accident and woke up at the hospital experienced multiple sensory loss for the past 14 years.
1. Dissociated sensory loss where he can’t feel fine touch such as water hitting his skin in a shower yet he can feel deep pressure. That indicates the dorsal tracts – medial lemniscus pathway which is responsible for fine touch and other sensations are compromised.
2. Loss of smell (anosmia) – He can smell strong scents such as gasoline but subtle smells are non-existant.
3. Loss of perception and proprioception – He has difficulty establishing his bearings from time to time.
4. Temperature sensation compromised — feels cold temperature more intense.
Thorough Structural Test revealed two structural abnormalities with a major at the 3rd Cervical vertebra. Over the course of 2 months of correction to the 3rd Cervical vertebra, he has regained his senses and able to have a complete deep sleep.
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