Rembert Browne is possibly ill, but he has not figured out its disease. In a recent Los Angeles Times article, he stated that he has a mysterious sickness controlling his body. But, he is not sure if the disease will be treated or not.
One day Mr. Browne just went to meet his parents at their house. Suddenly, he collapsed on his mom’s carpet. He did not know what happened to him, but he’s right leg just gave out. It was the weirdest thing that happened to him while getting older.
Rembert went to the doctor for a body examination after two hours of virtual business sessions. He suspected he was getting micro strokes due to stress, but he wasn’t sure. When the medical professional inquired if I’d ever had an MRI, he said no.
Mr. Browne returned to a call regarding copywriting 45 minutes later of the health checkup. MRI is towards the top of his “procedures to get” list when it comes to testing.
Medical personnel provided him with headphones to help him adjust to the sound radiations. He listened to jazz and fell asleep for an hour, but only for seven minutes.
When the scan findings came back, the doctor noticed some abnormalities in his brain. The report was only a few words long, and it listed several possible suspects. But all he saw were two words, which worried him greatly.
Rembert went to the doctor once more. According to the medical records, he believes this is above his pay grade and has recommended that he see a neurologist.
When Mr. Browne went to a neurology clinic, the doctors told him that something was wrong and needed help right now. He was in the hospital, 400 miles from home.
Rembert had an Electroencephalogram (EEG) test to see if his brain waves were abnormal. In the neurology hospital, he also underwent another MRI exam. His body seemed to be laboring, but his mind was still operating.