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  1. 1. A Medical Initiation,An initiatial study for a layman needed for the epistle A Medical Research,by Siegfried van Hoek. (Version 2008 with additions and shortening in from 2011)CONTAINS: I Introduction and situation sketch ………………………………………Page 01II History of cyst (no title) ………………………………………Page 03III Vascular Supply ………………………………………Page 04IV Falx, Tentorium and Sinus Rectus ………………………………………Page 07V Cisterna’s and cyst-risks ………………………………………Page 08VI Anatomy of the Neck and an Artefact ………………………………………Page 10VII Some extra Remarks and pictures ………………………………………Page 11I: Introduction and situationsketch.Lectori Salutem! This epistle (2008) is a rewritten condensed version of the MEDREMVeneresearch with its Appendix (2007), in order to give the layman the basic ability to judge uponmy medical case as it was written down in the final epistle ‘Medical Research’. In the series from2008 new image material has been added in order to get a better understanding of the anatomy andthe functioning of the brain-care-system. Next to this, the following order of information also haschanged a little, because the original epistle and its appendix have been merged together. At finalthere came three epistles into existence and a condensed overview of the case: A Medical Initiation(anatomic introduction), A Medisch Research part A (scan and report analysis), A MedicalResearch part B (Investigation after image manipulation based on forgoing result), Resumé (mis-)treatment of neurosurgery (overall summarization). After reading the book ‘Neurology for MedicalAttendants’ I was able to still add some minor information specially to the epistle A MedicalInitiation (2011). With the use Agfa Duoscan all the x-ray’s have been re-scanned in, which gaveeven more image information next to the investigations already done with a 2 mega-pixel photocamera regarding the image manipulation of those scans. This resulted into a rewriting of part B(2011), and hence with this also of the summery Resumé (2011).The initial study is mainly focused upon the drainage of the brain fluid-system, others topics aretreated less. One correction has made before already: The missing vene was the V. Sinus Rectus instead of the Vene Cerebri Superiors. While performing my first steps into research I was thinkingthat the V. Cerebri Superioris was hit. Now we call the Vene Sinus Rectus as the vain beingviolated. In this retouched version an addition has been given regarding the provision of the liquor-system (2011). At the same intervention there also was performed unasked surgery in the neck insecret, where with a -further to be described- artifact was placed into the neck, reason why herealso is dealt the anatomy of the neck. The epistle was after a first result from 2008, and was a givena slight retouched form in 2011. This epistle starts with an all-round introduction to the matter,followed with an exposition of the cyst and an initiation regarding the supply-system. To definewhich artery was hit, I had to study both the arterias and venes in the head in function with themembranes and brain-separation-walls and mainly in relation to the occipital part, because theintervention took place on that very spot. This also gives a better understanding of the measure ofcausing medical harm, next to an overall understanding of the brain-fluid care-system. Also someabout the risks in growing of the cyst has been mentioned. The time that has -gone by since- isshowing the cult of silence as well, for in spite of reasonable proof very little has happened with.With my presentation of the 1st epistle VENERESEARCH, I got some reactions already:Dr. Strack Van Schijndel – Van Hanswijk, being my medical attending specialist, I’m quoting herwith her approval: impressive piece of work. By law she is not allowed to bring up the mattereither, but under her protection I was able to do this research.Dr. R.Anonymous..: illegal medication experiment with monitor bug? Another case published USDrs. A. Anonymous...: good, but with what cause, because this is what they will ask you as victim,implicitly proving the criminal politics of medical law. Step down from your cross yourselve! 1
  2. 2. Thus the question that will rise is –the why-? I pointed out, that a victim does not want to get therole of the victim by his own mere choice, with the question why this man/woman did this to thevictim? Is it Grass’s karma to be walked over? ,,Well a raper rapes”, was the answer. But that wasan easy target, that of the raper. This epistle wanted to go deeper intop the case, not why, but for allwhat did happen. Above even more we only see final results of activities, and what did happenalong in the stretch of route is not immediately definable with. The question why medically is a bittoo specialistic, but the reason why it happenend can be mentioned: A doctor cures, and a scientistresearches and experiments. It is called entanglement of interests, when one individual or sector isacting in both fields, particularly without the permission of the patient. Also the aimed result fortreatment and the scientific purpose are not necessarily related with each other. In my case is acteddeliberately, and considering the matter being brought up, notably with deliberate and consciousholding back of (medical) information.As written in other escritoires by me, it has been pointed out, that because of the protection law aculture of silence is kept regarding medical activities and handlings. Without going to deep intothis matter, this brings main causalities; also my case was subject to this. 1. At the arise of medical injury, one gets confronted with the culture of silence regarding, a juridical verdict has to be done first, before recognition. Next to this there is an obligation of silence in doctory, primarily to protect/conceal the proper group of profession. 2. The moment this culture arises, the patient risks to be called closed from further possible treatment, there are no more physical complaints. The patient gets released from treatment. 3. The patient gets ‘lucky’ bilateral, on one side he gets a psychiatric file on his/her head, the patients complaints are imaginary, on the other side the patient risk the further denial of medical treatment, because the complaints are now being considered as illusionary. 4. Thereupon the patient may get harmed even further in society in consequence of the cult of silence, with the denial of his physical complaints by a doctor of inspection.. In case the patient is reporting during the inspection of reintegration, the attempt to get a serious matter exposed may be neglected. On one hand the institute may become accomplice by noticing the report of the patient, while not reporting this further elsewhere, and on the other hand the institute may get consciously accomplice by (also) denying the medical complaints and continuing reintegration after having taken notice of the report of the patient anyway. 5. Individuals within the medical sector can violate deliberately and conscious the constellation of laws for ‘personal/scientific’ goals, knowing the patient being nearly defenceless caused by the cult of silence protecting doctors without questioning. As mentioned before, in my intention I eager for an honest treatment of my medical situation, next to a demand for a discussion about necessary improvements in medical law in the favor of the rights for honorable doctors and truthful patients. The actual pathology to be treated: a fist wide intradural invasively growing cyst: The cyst islocated at the left half of the head, in between the brain-membrane that is covering the brain justunder the skull. For treating this cyst from growing, only cutting through the mebrame and makinga hole in in connecting with the brainfluid that is circulating just under was needed to do. Scan-extraction from MRI 2007 show the cyst seen from three sides. Mark the little hole above the cyst,is this in result of using monothermy in febr 2000, or is this the end of the Cisterna Magna calledCornu Occipitale. 2
  3. 3. Before the first treatment of feb 2000. AMC Dec 1999 and AMC Feb 2000.AMC Aug 2000 AMC Oct 2000Note Before the second treatment that on the MRI Oct 2000 contrast fluid was used.AMC Apr 2001 AMC Apr 2001After the treatment of the second operation. The cyste (temporary) has gone smaller now, and thereis a flow with the brainfluid, but something is to be found at the bottom of the image in the neck... 3
  4. 4. III: Vascularisation.All the mayor cerebral vasculars are located on the brainsurface without exception. From here thearters and arteriols enter into the brainsubstance perpendiculary, and split further. The capillary netis more dense in the grey matter (cerebral cortex covering as a kind of rind on the hemisphere),while in the white matters (mainly offshoots of nerve-cells) the meshes of the capillary net aresignificantly wider. The supply and the drain away veins are being called resp. arteria and venes.The Arterial feeding vains The Vene drainage vainsThe brain is fed by 4 mayor arterias: 2x Arteria Carotides Internea + 2x Arteria Vertebrales. Bothpairs of arterias are connected by the aa. Communicantes Posterius. The connection is rather small,and does not let through a remarkable amount of blood under normal balancing function, so undernormal(!) intracranial relations each hemnisphere is fed by its own artery. The feeding is separatedfor both halfs of the brains, having both a A.Carotis Interna both coming from the A. CarotisCommunis in the neck, and then going both further upwards, supplying simply put each its ownside of the brain. There is 2x A.Vertebralis which is for feeding the little brain and the inner earwith its offspring the A. Basilaris. Eaxh ventrikel situated in the head (page 8) n prgan full ofblood is situated the plexuschoroidus, which is forming brain-fluidfrom the blood(cerebrospinalis), which in its turn is caring the brains (and also the spinal marrow). In grossomodo.., we might say there are four main arteria’s going upwards through the neck for feeding thehead, the brains and the forhead-face.The drainage goes with one main vain that is situated halfround on top and in the middle of thebrains: the v. sinus sagittalis superiores. That vene enables the drainage of the on the surfacesituated venes: the v. sinus sagitt superiores in itself with the vene cerebri superfiscialis. And thedrainage with deeper situated venes the v. cerebri profundae drains via the left and right situatedvenes sinus sagittalis inferior and the underneath situated venes cerebri magna, which end in theunanimous single vene siknus rectus, which in its turn is connected with the vene sagittalis supriorin the confluens continuum, where after via the vene transverses is ending in the vene jugelaris thatis leading to the hart. Situated into the arachnoidal membrane are kind of folds called Granulationsof Pachioni take care for that the liquor is given back to the blood within the venes that are situatedwithin the membranes. In Grosso Modo…there is a single central placed drainage for both thebrain halfs with sidewards offsprings to the left and the right for both half, with venes on thesurface of the brains, the v. Cerebri Superficiales, and with venes deeper situated in the brain thev. Cerebri Profundae. (The finding of the vene sinus rectus on that spot cannot be a surprise). 4
  5. 5. The nomenclature has been treated a bit deeper in the original epistle Veneresearch.Without giving all the names we can see that the feeding is starting from the centre goingoutwards, while the drainage is draining from the outside towards the inside. Likewise there is anoverall kind of fluidcirculation, where the fluid has to pass through brain material before it can bedrained away, avoiding supplied fluid is drained away directly in a kind of shortcut.An Arterial preparation, and a Vene preparation of the human head.The arteria’s supplie towards the outside . The vene’s drain towards the centre.Compare both the images with the schedule just above, and on page 4. See page 12 for nomination.Mark that the sinus rectus (white arrow) is the connected with the vene sinus sagittalis superioresfor draining the innerside of the brains. The vene sinus sagittalis superiores is connected to thevene jugelaris, that is going back to the heart. Mark that the sinus rectus is missing and/or harmedon the scan on the next page here underneath. The vene sinus rectus is at his turn connecting thevene sinus sagittalis inferior and the vene cerebri magna for drainge, which are two way sided resp.above and underneath the brainfluidchamber Cisterna Magna.These private made scans from 2006, do show already some wrong even when not knowing to see. 5
  6. 6. On this scan we can see a disconnection of the vene sinus rectus from the sinus sagittalis inferiorisas well from the vene cerebri magna. Thus the sinus rectus is missing (or not functioning). Prof.Dr. Seibel M.R.I. (D) stated the sinus rectus was not found in this series. Also a vain clip is foundstill in the head. The unidentified piece of organic material could be a piece of supplying artery,while the bended line situated underneath could be part of a drainage, it also could be a part of thevene occipitalis. The image to the left underneath shows a cutting through of the sinus rectus. Note:that the sinus is surrounded by falxmaterial as a pipe in a wall, removing the sinus still leaves aspace for drainage. Either the sinus has been removed or not, it’s not performing its function asshould be anymore after the last performed neurosurgical ‘treatment’ upon.The next scan to right is showing the sinus sagittalis superioris, but after the confluens continuum,the vene ‘disappears’. There is a kind of noodle starting from the cisterna magna just above thecarotis interna. At first I was thinking at an artificial drain for compensating the vene sinus rectus,but after re-study this appeared to be a piece of supply artery a.carotis interna. For the officialplanned operation they only needed to cut through the brainmembrane just above the surface of thebrain. As we will see next, the vene sinus rectus is located in between both half of the brain in thefalx cerebelli. The cutting has been done rather deep, with the use of contrast fluid. For the firstsurgery contrastfluid was not used. There is situated only one vene on the crossroiad of falxes (incl.cerebelli): de vene sinus rectus. Hitting the vene sinus rectus by accident in this pre-decidedsurgical situation is impossible, for they had nothing to ‘intervene’ medically on that exact spot.The cerebral venes do not have clutters. Probably this caused the complication-problem in trying toclose that 2nd degree mayor vene after being cut, resulting in a vacuum of the hart left chamber, hartrhythm failure, so they were obliged to start a cardio-protocol etc? In this chapter of the condensedinitiative epistle we gave the highlights of the background information regarding the vene that hasbeen hit, as has been partly reported in the surgery report. (NB: Because we are dealing withconcealment of medical blameable activities in performance, a private research with study wasneeded, in order to get facts brought on the table.) 6
  7. 7. Falx, Tentorium, and V. Sinus Rectus.The brains are surrounded by a mesodermale The blood from the brains is first passingcover: the brain membrane (minges), which is through the brainvenes to the stiff bloodvains ofbuild up out of three layers. The outer and the brainmembrane, and goes further through thetoughest layer is the Dura Mater(1), and the neckvenes, the countenancevenes, and/or verte-spiderweb- membraneinneweb- the arachnoidale bralvenes. All mayor brainvenes are close to thespace (2), and the soft bloodvains containing (sub-) arachnoïdale space. The possible tearingbrane membrane called the Pia Mater (3). From up of the (intradural) cyst also has a directthe Pia Mater Bloodvains runs into the brain- consequence on the bloodcirculation. The Sinustissue. The spiderweb-membrane and the Pia sagittalis suprior goes along the ‘schedeldakaan-Mater form together the so called Leptomeninx. hechting’ calvaria-affix of the brainsickle, the Falx Cerebri, and the Sinus sagittalis inferiorThe aranoidea lays close to the inner side of the goes along the under-surface of the brainsickle.Dura, and is separated by a thin cappilaire cleft Smaller vene come out into there from the(Cavum Duralis), and connected by Trabekels brains. Also the Sinus Occiptalis is connecting(14) and Septen, forming a close network, and the venes beyond the os occipitalis hole with thethus system of communicating vessels within area of merging sinuses for further drainagethe arachnoidale space. (The space within is (Confluens Sinuuum) drainage.called the Sub-arachnoidale space (13).) Fromthat arachnoidale space (‘usuries’ ) Granular-esvan Pachioni (15) enter in to the bloodvains.Mostly they appear in the surrounding of theSinus sagittalis superioris (16), being theprimairy drainage vene, and also by the LacunaeLateralis (17). Rarely they get nearby spiralnerves. Elderly people can heave these flocks,because of their growth, even penetrated into thevains of the Diploë (18). The liquor passes intothe blood of the venes at these flocks.On the image shown to the top right section wecan see under the skull, around the brain is theDura, and the Sinus Sagittalis infrior (de lowervene (7)), and the Sinus Sagittalis Superior (de (0=opening for the braintrunk, 4=falx cerebriupper located vene (8)), and also the Sinus 5=tentorium, 7= dura sinus rectus circle= cyst)transversus (9). The hemispheres is separated in The cyst is located on the left side of the head.half by the Falx Cerebri (4), stretching out The falx cerebelli is one of its sides of the cysttowards both sides out like a tent. Tentorium as the layers of the membrane too for the rest ofCerebellum (5) divides the small brain parts. the cyst. Hitting the V. Sinus Rectus is not a surprise while cutting the falx cerebelli. 7
  8. 8. IV: Liquorspaces Brainfluidciculation with Ventrickles and Cisterna’s, and cyst-risks.In between the supply and drain system is thephase of liquor spaces. There are 4 inner and4 outer liquor spaces, and they are connectedtogether in the area of the 4th ventricle (inbetween the brain trunk and the little brain).The inner spaces are called ventricles and areindicated with Roman ciphers. The outerliquor space is limited by the arachnoidale(and subaranoidale space where the cyst islocated). The biggest outer liquor space iscalled the Cisterno Cerebello Medullaris, andis located just under the little brain. Close tothe inter-mediary brain are the CisternaInterpeduncularis and the Cister Chiasmatislocated. And finally, the Cisterna Ambiens( permeated with wide meshed connectivetissue) is limited by the surface of the littlebrain and the ‘vierheuvel-plaat’ (“four-hill-plate”). The latter Cisterna is also limited bythe cyst. This is relevant regarding the risk offurther complications. Compare the scanventricles and cyst with the diagram.The diagram of the ventricles, the Cisternas and the size of the little brain is slightly adapted indiagram towards my situation according to the Dia Sana Scans. In the original diagram the littlebrain was larger and a bit more below. The development of the cyst started gradually after aphysical hematomic trauma at the age of three. The diagram refers to my actual situation. (The halfsized moon shape indicates up till where the little brain normally goes.) So the cyst is also part ofthe limitation of the Cisterna Ambiens. The cyst is also nearby the largest Cisterna CerebelloMedullaris, which is normally limited by the (sub)arachnoidale space. The cyst is growing again,and can gain some space upwards. The space available upwards is limited by the skull and brains,but downwards there is lesser limitation. Each time it needs to gain more space, there is also morepressure on the brain, giving more physical complaints; sense of fainting, sickness, more pain ofthe 8th brain nerve. The space up is limited by the brain and skull, downwards however there islesser limitation. The cyst finally may grow more downwards only. The cyst is intradural, inbetween the skull membrane. Downwards to the os occipital and atlas the skull ends. If the cystreaches that point it might brake, leading to a large space connecting the brain fluid circulationdownwards. This will lead to a significant decrease of brain fluid pressure, turbulation, andcirculation. An infarct caused by insufficient feeding of the brain becomes realistic. This alsomight provide a connection downwards for the Cisterna’s resulting in a flow away of brain fluid,leading to an overall infarct in just a few seconds. This also according to dr. Strack Van SchijndelVan hanswijk. Treating the cyst from growing, besides searching for the cause (because that hasnot been done at all), it is also possible to cut through the Sub-Arachnoidale space and the PiaMater towards the Cisterna Ambiens... At the first surgical treatment they had to perform likewise– which at the second surgical treatment should have been repeated but now fully manually inorder to make a lager hole preventing the cyst from closing again. The cyste is functioning then asa kind of ‘communicating drainage’ with such an opening in it.On this page the liquidciculation is shown for a better understanding. Also the effect of the lack ofan active Vene Sinus Rectus and the presence of an artefact in the neck around the third vertebralC3 is better to understand with. 8
  9. 9. Nomenclature of the image above:1.Arachoidale space 2. big brain Cerebrum3.Plexus Choroideus in the 3rd ventrickle4.Hypofyse 5. Medulla Spinnalis spinal marrow6. Cisterna Terminalis (at the of spinal column)7. Plexus Choroidus in the 4th ventrickle8. Cerbellum little brain 9. Aqueductus Cerebri10. 3rd Ventrickle 11. contour sideventrickleBlack circle is approximately my Cerebellum.Nomenclature of the transvers section of a vertebra shown to the right:1. Vertebral Column covering grease-tissue 2. Pia Mater 3. Arachnoidea 4. Dura Mater5. Back Root 6. Front Root 7. Ganglion Spinale 8. Dorsal branch of the nervus spinalis9. ventrale tak van de nervus spinalis 10. adertje 11. Fissura Mediana 12. Voorhoorn13. Central Canal 14. White material (side strand zijstreng) 15. Back Horn16. partition between both back strands.Maybe there is a relation between the reduction of the drainage by disabling the vene sinus rectus,and the placement of the extinction-artefact in the neck, what apparently has been tighted so muchthis would mean a reduced passage of fluids on several levels, including the Arachnoidea. But Icall this in such a situation as the consequence of a activities in causing injury of harm.V: Anatomy of the neck and the finding of an artefact. 9
  10. 10. To determine the exactlocation of the implant after discovering it on the MRI, was anatomically farmore easy. In total there are 7 neck-vertebrals, starting with the Atlas. The atlas C1 carries the headin connection with the os-occipitalis and downwards she forms a joint with the axis C2. The axishas a large protuberance needed for turning the head. This Axis (‘draaier’) is the first one shownclearly on the scans. Counting downwards leads to the conclusion that the metal implantation isbackwards on the rightside of the 4th neck vertebral C4. Professor Seibel stated that the object isattached to the third vertebral, and that it appears to him as an extinction artifact, that has causedinternal fractures within the third vertebrae C3 and also an extinction of one pair of the spinalnerves. Further investigation after scan-results pointed out that the artifact quiet possible is madeout of several parts. Regarding the sixth vertebrae Prof. Dr. Seibel diagnosed arthrosis. Maybebecause of the extinction of that pair of nerves I do not feel a Hernia starting, while C6 is saggedin. By the way, this arthrosis is a normal to people get when they get older.On this particular Dia Sana scan we see at the On this M.R.I. scan from 2009 we a largelocation of the artifact a peculiar kind of scan disturbance. We see a sinusitis in theradiance. We can also find this radiance in medial wall (which is chronicle) and possiblethe oral cavity. Note that I have three ‘plastic’ old traces of Blood (Ferrum) near C3 andfillings with two ancient amalgam replaced... finally also an arthrosis of the sixth vertebralPb-lead is not sensitive to magnetism! (herniatic disc)In the final epistle A Medical Research is pointed out why the disturbances of the MRI-scanner inthe neck can not have been caused by a mere vain clip as was suggested by the AMC with theirCT-scan. (In that epistle more scans images are shown for pointing that out.)Also it points out that there has been done an attempt to manipulated graphical material, in order tohide the true medical actions done during that second surgical treatment, which again is alsopointing out the awareness of illegal activities being done by the operators.Why it has been put on C3-C4 might be shown by how the neckmuscles are being placed anatomic. 10
  11. 11. One reason is that the muscles in the way they are anatomically placed in such a way, that theyprovide more space on that location to get acces from there without removing muscles etc...(Another reason is that downwards from the 4th vertebral the processus spinosus has becomelarger, providing more bone tissue for attaching the implantation.) The incision goes down till the4th neck vertebral. The placement was done diagonally downwards into the neck I assume. Wherethe hairline starts the scar is also a little wider indicating a deeper cut? For the de cyst-phenestralintervention a space within the circle shape was enough. Such a large incision for intervention wasnot needed at all. Maybe the exact function of the artifact was not extinction but another, but theartifact might have been attached to tight around the neck vertebral? The location is suitable for it,and the muscles gives space for without moving them aside a lot for placing the artefcat.According to prof. Siebel the exact meaning and functioning of this (extinction) artifact still haveto be pointed out further (reliably). Also note that the shape of the scar has a kind of artisticappearance. Even if this meant to hide the activity and the result of a large scar under the flag of akind of piercing-art making scars, even then still there is an artifact is to be found in the neck.VII: Some extra Remarks on the matter.Performing surgery with a surgiscoop, and a MRIscan with contrastfluid as preparation in advancefor surgical reference, and with scholared knowledge, it is not very likely to hit by accident thatvain, for going to the right through a hole on the left half into the wrong direction for cutting on theother half of the brains, while the left offshoot of the Cisterna Magna is on the left side. Notice thatthe brainmembrane is + 0,4 mm thick, main venes are shown transparantly visible through. Notethat from the cyst the falx can be seen as well as the vene sinus rectus; after opening the cyst theycould also see the brain trunk. Under the flag of an error and a surprise quiet some other handlingstook place? It seems we are dealing with a well planned medical experiment without permissionand not needed for treating the pathology. The exact function of the artefact in the neck still has tobe poited out by surgery. The cyst is growing, thus pushing the brain towards a smaller volume.The pressure on the brain is slowing down the brainfluidcirculation, and also pressing on thenervus. I sence burning pain, tintling, various kind of noises, neurological deafness left ear,pressure in the head and accidental electricity, and the feeling like the lack of oxigen. The MRIscans did show out quiet some. For treating me well, the true medical status has to beaknowledged. Siegfried van Hoek. 11
  12. 12. In the schematic above becomes clear that the supply goes from the inside outwards, and that thedrainage is actually going from the outside inwards and also from the inner centre.The drainage of the brainliquid goes like this: the Vene Sagittalis Superiores -with offspring VeneSinus Rectus etc (!) for the inner part-, goes further into the Vene Transversus, which goes throughthe Vene Sigmoidalis to the Vene Jugelaris Interna into the direction of the Hart.The lacking of the Vene Sinus Rectus and a reduced activity of the Vene Sinus Transversus, alsopoints at a drainage for compensating the lacking.Do compare the schematic of the venes with `the ‘real life’ Vene-Preparation on the next page. 12
  13. 13. Underneath in bold the main relevant nominations of artery, because they form the main basicdrainage. The slanting black line is parallel with the Vene Sinus Transversus. The head is turnedover a bit to the front, the vene is actual transverse on the body axis, so to say is running morehorizontal when head is straight up. 2 Vene Sinus Sagittalis Superiores 3 Vene Cerebri Superiores 4 Vene Meningea Media 2 Vene Sinus Sagittalis Interior 3 Vene Sagittalis Inferiores 5 Vene Cerebri Interna 4 Vene Sinus Rectus 6 Vene Transversus 7 Vene Sinus Inferior Pijl Vene Cerebri Magna Cerebral and non-cerebral venes in the head 13
  14. 14. Enlargement of the marks of scars:The small half-moon circle is quiet possible the result of the intervention from February 2000, butthe bigger and larger incision is surely the remaining of that very intervention in October 2000.Note: Both surgical treatments should have been the same kind of intervention and should havecomparable incisions.In this initiation some information about secret medical activities has been shown. In the nextepistle Medical Research part A we will study two medical reports deeper, where after we will godeeper into the available scan material. In the rewritten part B the various acts of concealment willbe largely treated. At closing a new written small summary will follow of the facts being found. 14