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Gottfried Treviranus Facharzt FMH
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A new paradigm for psychoses: Arterial wall motion.

Mechanisms of cortical psychoses are approached by complementing big data-driven genetics and imaging with a putatively subverted neurovascular “reverse plumbing” by arteries. The “cortical spread” of grey matter loss in schizophrenia and the mid-pericallosal “congestion” in fMRI of periodic catatonia - treatable electromagnetically along arteries - are interpreted in terms of the fastest interstitial outflow through the Cerebral IntraMural Reverse Arterial Flow-engine (CIMURAF, Treviranus 2018-19) draining “waste” via arterio-adventitial lymphatics to the neck. Such repetitively sliding segments of CIMURAF are wrung downstream by muscles likely steered by the neurovascular pterygopalatine ganglion. At the pericallosal artery, along its ideal long straight segment, this likely happens diverging from the mid-callosum towards the front and the back. In the case of a convergent inversion a mid-callosal clash will result, which is observable in psychoses as a mid-callosal high-flow-spot simultaneously with hyper-perfusions of branches and “backwatering” of pial vessels with reactive waste - till date interpreted psycho-mathematically.
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PSYCHOSES BY ATTACKS FROM SUBVERTED MAST CELLS: A ROLE FOR ARTERIAL INTRAMURAL FLOW BADLY STEERED BY THE NASAL GANGLIA? http://www.psychiatria-danubina.com/UserDocsImages/pdf/ dnb_vol32_noSuppl%201/dnb_vol32_noSuppl%201_93.pdf Mechanisms of cortical psychoses are approached by complementing big data-driven genetics and imaging with a putatively subverted neurovascular “reverse plumbing” by arteries: interpreted in terms of the fastest interstitial outflow through the Cerebral IntraMural Reverse Arterial Flow-engine (CIMURAF, Treviranus 2018-19) draining “waste” via arterio-adventitial lymphatics to the neck. Such repetitively sliding segments of CIMURAF are wrung downstream by avscular smooth muscles likely steered by the neurovascular pterygopalatine ganglion. At the pericallosal artery, along its ideal long straight segment, this likely happens diverging from the mid-callosum towards the front and the back. In the case of a convergent inversion a mid-callosal clash will result, which is observable in psychoses as a mid-callosal high-flow-spot simultaneously with hyper-perfusions of branches and “backwatering” of pial vessels with reactive waste - till date interpreted psycho-mathematically. CIMURAF might also accelerate the perivascular intrusion of MCs by flushing autocrine signals (of which electro-magnetism moves the dipoles) through a putative periadventitial counter-current. Psychoses plausible occur through tryptase-mediated attacks operated by mast cells against oligodendrocytes` cytoskeleton (Medic 2009) and probably via complement-4 (Schizophrenia WG, 2014) against neurons. Usually MCs are essential long-lived “orchestrators” of homeostases and immune or barrier defences interacting with nerves, immunocytes, organs, and routes. MCs after somatic programming as to “destination & destiny” (Treviranus 2017a, 6.2., 2018) rapidly intrude also into the brain`s parenchyma, first within the lymphatics and then putatively by crossing-over to extraluminal arterial routes. MCs transverse the BBBs, while macrophages only trespass in “disease“ (Faraco et al. 2017). Both can be “subverted” by a list of microbes (and putatively blown up by COVID-19 within walls). Enuresis and MCs’ reactions to clozapine add to the interactive support from (epi-)genetics and imaging.
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