In 1990 I had a resection of a cerebellar hemangoiblastoma. During sometime after surgery I had a cerebral subdural hematoma. I spent two years taking several therapies including an intensive cognitive retraining course. I was advised not to drive then. After 4 years, I began driving again and did so for the next 10. I eventually quit because my insurance was cancelled for too many accidents. A good friend at the ILC talked me out of getting SR-22 and driving further. I have a right sided field cut too, but that did not stop the DMV from issuing a license.
My question is because of the dizziness resulting in quick turning movements of the head, could I get my license if I wanted it back? It's been 4 years since I had it.
For the record I have over 50,000 ffm and have not had a problem with pressurization. My shunt was put in by Dr. Conley at Stanford Medical Center in 1991. I also have an anti-siphon? device over the clavical to slow down the csf.