I know having symptoms return is something we hope and pray does not happen but it is possible.
When u had ur surgery, were u checked for ALL related conditions?How have u been since...when did ur symptoms start again?
Have u had a recent or a post op MRI?
In regards to the artery, hypoplastic means under developed....and it is an artery that supplies blood to the frontal lobe of the brain, there r 2 other arteries that supply blood to this area.
I am not sure how this may affect u...but I would have a MRI done to see if u may have scar tissue that has formed or ne disks that may have shifted.
And rule out ALL related conditions to make sure they r not what are causing ur symptoms as many if not all have similar symptoms.
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