> On closer inspection, the doctors found that the scans revealed the likely source of the problem: a benign bone tumor in his sinus that had eroded a tiny passageway through his skull. Based on the small number of similar cases reported, the doctors speculated that the tumor had created a small opening that pushed air into the brain like a “one-way valve.”
> “From speaking to the specialists, it seems it has been progressing insidiously over months to years,” Brown told the Washington Post. **“When the patient sniffed/sneezed/coughed he would most likely be pushing small amounts of air into his head.”**
That gave me a full-body cringe reading that last part.
What happened to the brain? Did it get compressed or somehow erode away?
What would the air in that brain bubble smell like after all that time?
>He was a non-smoker and drank alcohol rarely."
So, not Irish then. From Ireland maybe but definitly not Irish.
You could say he is an airhead.
Even more shocked he was in the White House.